Nassau County Postnuptial Agreement Lawyer

Crafting Tailored Postnuptial Agreements in New York 

At Kirshblum Taber PC, we understand that life is unpredictable and circumstances can change unexpectedly. That's why we offer comprehensive legal services to help safeguard your interests and provide peace of mind. Our team of experienced attorneys specializes in various areas of family law, including postnuptial agreements. If you're seeking expert guidance on postnuptial agreements in Nassau County, our dedicated professionals are here to assist you every step of the way. 


Call Kirshblum Taber PC today at (516) 908-8842 or contact us online to schedule a meeting with our postnuptial agreement attorney in Nassau County!


What is a Postnuptial Agreement?

A postnuptial agreement is a legally binding document that outlines the distribution of assets, financial responsibilities, and other crucial matters during a divorce or separation. While postnuptial agreements share similarities with prenuptial agreements, they are crafted and executed after a couple has already tied the knot. These agreements allow spouses to establish clear expectations and protocols in case their marriage takes an unexpected turn.

What Does a Postnuptial Agreement Cover in New York?

In Nassau County and throughout New York, postnuptial agreements can address various topics, allowing couples to tailor the agreement to their needs and circumstances. Some common areas that postnuptial agreements can cover include:

  • Division of Assets: A postnuptial agreement can define how marital and separate assets will be divided in the event of divorce or separation. This can encompass properties, investments, bank accounts, and more.
  • Debt Allocation: Couples can use postnuptial agreements to allocate responsibility for debts acquired during the marriage, ensuring that the other's financial obligations do not unfairly burden one spouse.
  • Spousal Support: The agreement can outline the terms of spousal support or alimony, including the amount and duration, providing clarity and reducing potential conflicts.
  • Inheritance and Estate Planning: Postnuptial agreements can address issues related to inheritance, protecting family assets and estates for children from previous relationships or other beneficiaries.
  • Business Ownership: If one or both spouses own a business, a postnuptial agreement can stipulate how the business will be managed and valued in the event of divorce or dissolution.
  • Child Custody and Support: While decisions about child custody and support are typically subject to court review based on the child's best interests, postnuptial agreements can still influence these matters to some extent, adding an extra layer of predictability.

What are the Benefits of a Postnuptial Agreement?

Opting for a postnuptial agreement in Nassau County can offer numerous advantages for couples seeking to protect their interests and assets:

  • Conflict Reduction: By clarifying financial expectations and potential outcomes in advance, postnuptial agreements can significantly reduce conflicts and uncertainties during emotionally charged times.
  • Preservation of Family Wealth: Postnuptial agreements can safeguard family assets, heirlooms, and financial legacies, ensuring they are passed down to the intended beneficiaries.
  • Financial Planning: These agreements encourage couples to discuss money matters honestly, fostering financial transparency and responsible planning for their future.
  • Tailored Solutions: Every marriage is unique, and a postnuptial agreement allows couples to create a solution that aligns with their individual needs and priorities.
  • Protecting Business Ventures: A postnuptial agreement can prevent business-related disputes and potential disruptions during a divorce if one or both spouses own a business.
  • Control over Outcomes: By agreeing upon terms in advance, couples have more control over the outcome of their divorce rather than leaving crucial decisions solely to the court's discretion.

Contact Our Nassau County Postnuptial Agreement Attorney Today  

We recognize the importance of safeguarding your future and the assets you've worked hard to acquire. Our experienced attorneys specialize in postnuptial agreements in Nassau County, offering personalized solutions that align with your unique circumstances. With a postnuptial agreement, you can enter your marriage with greater peace of mind, knowing that you've taken proactive steps to protect your interests and those of your loved ones. 


Contact Kirshblum Taber PC today to schedule a meeting with our postnuptial agreement lawyer in Nassau County!



 

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Dedicated and Experienced Legal Professionals

Our lawyers serving Nassau County bring a unique background of experience. Attorney David A. Kirshblum, Esq. is a retired judge who has spent over 24 years on the family court bench, including presiding over cases involving  Sean “Puffy” Combs, Al Pacino, and Mick Jagger. 

He has also written decisions that have been affirmed by the NYS Appellate Division. Having been on the judicial side of the law, Attorney Kirshblum has a unique perspective that can prove advantageous to strategizing against the other side. 

Further, while Attorney Kirshblum handles the family law side, Attorney Orly Taber, Esq. has significant experience with estate planning and helps clients, particularly the elderly, with estate matters and ex-spouse property disputes.  

She is an energetic and client-focused lawyer who helps build estate plans that safeguard your personal and material interests. 

Both Nassau County lawyers at Kirshblum Taber PC are experienced and professional advocates who treat their clients with respect.

Schedule an initial consultation with our attorneys by calling (516) 908-8842 today to get started on your case.

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