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Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreements

Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreements Lawyer in New Jersey

Helping You Make Marriage Agreements

As has often been pointed out, marriage is a legal relationship that bundles a tremendous number of rights and responsibilities into a single package. A prenuptial or postnuptial agreement gives people the ability — to some extent — to create their own package.

Howard J. Pfeffer, Attorney at Law, has over 45 years of experience in family law and has prepared many prenuptial and postnuptial agreements. Call to hire Mr. Pfeffer or set up an Intensive Strategic Conference (I.S.C.) about your case.

A Healthy Start to a Successful Marriage

Many people entering into a marriage do not think about drafting a prenuptial agreement because they do not want to consider the possibility that the marriage will not work out.

But rather than thinking of a prenuptial agreement as a plan for the dissolution of the marriage, you may want to think about it as a way of straightening things out from day one and creating a healthier atmosphere for the marriage to thrive.

Howard J. Pfeffer has extensive experience working with clients in an understanding atmosphere to craft appropriate prenuptial agreements. If you are already married and would like to consider a similar agreement — called an antenuptial or postnuptial agreement — Howard can also help you with this.

Call to get help from a knowledgeable Passaic County lawyer with your prenuptial or postnuptial agreement.

A Perspective Based on Experience

Many of Howard J. Pfeffer's clients in prenuptial agreement cases are people who have already been through a marriage and divorce. The money and time involved in a contentious divorce can convince many people of the benefits of entering into marriage with a clear, unambiguous agreement about what will happen if the marriage ends.

Whether you have already been through a marriage or are getting married for the first time, you should consider the experiences others have gone through when deciding whether to make a prenuptial agreement.