Marriage and Cohabitation

If you plan to get married or live together and would like to sort out how the potential finances, spousal support (“alimony”), and property division will be dealt with in the event of a divorce or separation, we regularly draw-up premarital (“pre-nup”) agreements and cohabitation agreements, which are legally-binding contracts that are particularly useful and beneficial if you or your partner:

  •    has significantly greater assets,
  •    has a higher debt load,
  •    has a child from a prior relationship, or
  •    was previously married.