A prenuptial agreement addresses in specific terms many matters, including the following:
Married couples who have decided to create post-nuptial agreements are considered fiduciaries of each other, and they are therefore required by law to provide each other with full disclosure of all information and issues pertaining to the drafting of the post-nuptial agreement. The terms that can be settled by a post-nuptial agreement are similar to the ones included in a prenuptial agreement.
In the event that you have signed a prenuptial agreement or a postnuptial agreement that you want to challenge because your spouse did not disclose all of their assets or debts, were unfairly pressured into signing the agreement, or were deceived into signing the contract, our family law attorneys will help you challenge the terms of a defective prenuptial or postnuptial agreement and litigate your matter in court.
Our family law attorneys also represent clients who wish to enforce the terms of their prenuptial or postnuptial agreement that a soon-to-be ex-husband or ex-wife may now wish to contest.
Call New Jersey Attorney Tanya L. Freeman of Weiner Law Group today at 973-352-8713 or contact us online to schedule a consultation with one of our Family Law Attorneys