Experienced Prenuptial Agreement Lawyer

Agreements in contemplation of marriage are becoming more common in New York as couples marry and remarry, blending families and assets. While no one ever gets married anticipating a future divorce, you may be more comfortable knowing that your children from your former relationship are provided for financially or that your potential income is protected should something go wrong.

Legal Guidance As You Prepare For Your Wedding

At Phillip J. Jusino & Associates, P.C., we have nearly 25 years of experience helping individuals and families throughout Suffolk County with legal issues of family law, including preparing prenuptial and postnuptial agreements.

A prenuptial agreement can help to protect assets and income of each spouse in the event of a dissolution of the marriage as well as a death of one spouse. Our lawyers understand the potential conflicts that may arise, and we will guide you through the process of preparing an agreement with which both of you are comfortable and that will provide you the protection you desire.

Providing Experienced Assistance Later In Your Marriage

Situations that were not contemplated at the time of your marriage may arise years, even decades, after your wedding day, leading you and your spouse to seek a formal agreement. A postnuptial agreement can address promises you make after you are married, which have nothing to do with a potential divorce or any type of family law dispute. Some examples include:

  • Passing along an anticipated family inheritance only to children from a prior marriage
  • Putting a career on hold to support the other's advancement
  • Agreeing to stay out of the workforce for a few years in order to stay home to raise the children

Knowledgeable. Personable. Experienced.

At the Long Island law firm of Phillip J. Jusino & Associates, P.C., we treat you like family and want to make this process as easy and effective as possible. If you have questions about prenuptial and postnuptial agreement or wonder how one may help, send us an email or call us at 631-615-1724 for confidential and understanding assistance with an attorney.