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Your NY Prenuptial Agreement Starts with a
5-Minute Client Interview

Your NY Prenuptial Agreement Starts with a
5-Minute Client Interview

Our simple 5-minute online client interview provides just enough information for our attorneys to consult with you and advise you on important issues related to your marriage and finances. Answer a few questions and we'll take it from there.

Consult with a New York Attorney about How to Protect What Matters Most to You

When it comes to marriage, there’s a lot to think about. You’ll consult with an experienced NY matrimonial attorney and discuss your needs, your finances, and your future. Our attorneys will draft a comprehensive personalized prenuptial agreement designed to protect the people and things that matter most.

When it comes to marriage, there’s a lot to think about. You’ll consult with an experienced NY matrimonial attorney and discuss your needs, your finances, and your future. Our attorneys will draft a comprehensive personalized prenuptial agreement designed to protect the people and things that matter most.

Sign and Notarize Your NY Prenuptial Agreement Right on Your Desktop or Phone

Sign and Notarize Your NY Prenuptial Agreement Right on Your Desktop or Phone

Executing your legal documents should be quick and easy. That’s why we utilize the notarial platform - so you can effortlessly sign and notarize your New York prenuptial agreement, virtually. Anytime. Anywhere. It's 100% legal and court-approved.

Do I Need a NY Prenup?

If you want peace of mind and predictability - you need a prenup. In New York, as in most jurisdictions, marriage is an economic partnership. That means that the assets, property, and liabilities that you or your partner accumulate during your marriage are treated as joint marital property. This can often produce unfair or undesirable outcomes in a divorce. A New York Prenup is the only tool that is legally designed to circumvent the laws of equitable distribution and allow you and your partner to pre-determine how your financial assets, property, and liabilities are to be distributed in the event of a divorce.

    Without a Prenup you risk:

  • Losing a sizeable share of your business
  • Paying unpredictable spousal support
  • Depleting your retirement accounts
  • A forced sale of your home or property
  • Lengthy and costly litigation

    With a Prenup you can:

  • Protect a business or family property
  • Predetermine or eliminate spousal support
  • Avoid the division of a 401(k) or pension
  • Keep your separate assets out of litigation
  • Protect children from prior relationships

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Marriage can be both exciting and confusing at the same time, and perhaps you can use some expert guidance. We’ve compiled some of the most common prenup questions we get asked by our NY clients ranging from limiting spousal maintenance to protecting a family business. If there’s anything we haven't covered - give us a call, we’d love to hear what’s on your mind.

  • What is a Prenuptial Agreement?

    A prenuptial agreement (sometimes referred to as a “prenup”) is a written contract or agreement entered into by a couple before marriage. A prenuptial agreement will allow you and your partner to avoid costly litigation by pre-determining how specific assets and debts are to be divided as well as determining how much support, if any, is to be awarded to a less monied spouse. Most importantly, a prenuptial agreement can preserve the legal nature of separate property. In other words, separate property can remain separate, instead of being subject to equitable distribution laws that otherwise require the division of marital assets such as real estate, business interests, retirement accounts, and bank accounts. Without a prenup, you’ll be taking your chances with the courts.

  • What is the primary benefit of preparing a prenuptial agreement?

    Prenuptial agreements enable couples to pre-determine how their assets are to be treated in the event of a divorce or separation, and in some cases, the death of one party.

    The greatest problem in most divorces is deciding how to divide property and money and how much support to award to a less-monied spouse. Many prenuptial agreements are entered into simply because couples do not want the courts to decide their asset distribution should their marriage end. A small investment in upfront planning can save you heartache, costly litigation, and tremendous financial hardships should you ever need it later.

  • Do I need an attorney to draft my prenup? Can’t I do it myself?

    While there is no requirement that an attorney prepares your prenuptial agreement, there is also no substitute for competent legal representation, guidance, and experience. To avoid the possibility that a court will one day declare your prenup invalid, it is best to have an experienced matrimonial attorney draft your agreement. There is no “one size fits all” solution when it comes to a prenuptial agreement as there are often many unique issues to consider when preparing a prenuptial agreement. Having an experienced attorney work with you to draft its terms and provisions will ensure that you are properly protected. Competent legal guidance can mean the difference between an agreement that will be upheld and one that may be set aside by a court in the future. A small investment in expert legal representation can save you a lifetime of regret.

  • Why should I use your law firm?

    That's simple! After representing over 10,000 matrimonial clients over the last decade, we understand the plethora of issues that arise during divorce or separation. We have the expertise and experience to help you navigate a complex legal landscape. That’s a level of skill that not many law firms offer. We know the pitfalls and the hurdles and can help you avoid them. Above all, you will enjoy the peace of mind that comes with high-level planning. Let our attorneys help you better protect your future and the things that matter most to you.

  • What will happen to my assets if I do not sign a prenuptial agreement?

    In New York State, the law provides for the “equitable distribution” of all marital assets, debts, etc. This means that unless you and your spouse have entered into a prenuptial agreement, the courts may divide any assets or income acquired during the marriage (by either party) according to prevailing law. Typically, this will result in a 50/50 split of all marital assets.

    Separate monies (such as gifts, inheritance, or premarital assets) that are commingled in joint accounts can also be included in the marital estate and divided by the Courts. Additionally, if one spouse earns a greater income than the other, the courts may order an award of spousal support or maintenance (formerly known as “alimony”) to the less-monied spouse.

    You can avoid this unintended division of your assets by preparing and executing a prenuptial agreement with individual legal counsel. You’ll determine in advance which assets are to be divided and which are to remain the separate assets of each spouse. With a prenup, you can also define which types of assets are to be treated as marital and which will never be considered marital.

    Finally, with a prenup, you can decide if either party is to receive support in the future and set limits on the amount and duration of any support award. The predictability that comes with a well-drafted prenup will safeguard you from protracted and expensive litigation as well as the whims of the courts. It will ensure that you are well protected in the event of a divorce or separation.

  • What will a Prenuptial Agreement Cost?

    We offer three different affordable, fix-fee prenup packages ranging from prenup review to advanced negotiations and complex agreements. Our primary legal services include:

    • Prenuptial Agreement review - $995
    • Comprehensive Prenup - $1,995
    • Advanced/Negotiated Prenup - $2,995

    Each prenup package includes a comprehensive client consultation and financial review.
    More information is available on our Legal Services page. Feel free to contact us at (646) 395-9100 with any questions or schedule a FREE consultation with one of our attorneys.

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    Meet Your New York Legal Team

    Experience matters. Our NY attorneys and paralegals have expertly prepared thousands of prenuptial agreements - one client at a time. We are passionately committed to offering you an unparalleled client experience. Meet the team behind the magic.

    • Daniel Yaniv, Esq.

      Managing Partner
    • Julie Weinstein, Esq.

      Senior Associate
    • Zev Safran, Esq.

      Senior Associate
    • Sarah Gloates, Esq.

      Senior Associate
    • Brittany Patterson

      Managing Paralegal
    • Rachel Benner

      Senior Paralegal
    • Bessie Joseph

      Senior Paralegal
    • Deanna Schiavone

      Junior Paralegal


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