When wealthy people marry, money tends to be the object of many issues. While the couple may not be worried about their finances in relation to affording certain purchases or paying the bills, it is likely a concern for the couple if they end up divorced. Protecting assets is a step many couples take, wealthy or not. A prenuptial or postnuptial agreement is a device used to not only protect certain assets but also help with the divorce process.
Drafting a document that insinuates that the couple might divorce is difficult to do. No one wants to think about divorce before they are even married or after weeks, months or even years of a happy marriage. Nonetheless, these legal documents can often be the best decision a person can ever make because in the end, it is inevitable that a marriage will end. Whether it is through divorce or death, it is important to spell out what you want to happen with you assets when that time comes.
Advocate, LLP, understands the stress and emotions that go along with dissolution. We further understand that high-asset divorces can be very complex. Thus, we are dedicated to helping spouses in the Manhattan area understand their rights and options when it comes to protecting themselves during a divorce.
Even when a prenup or postnup exists in the marriage, we are aware that these documents do not address all divorce issues. We further understand that they are not always valid. Thus, we are prepared to question the validity of the document and question whether the document has addressed all divorce issues if proven valid.
To learn more, check out our law firm's high-asset divorce website. Whether you are considering a divorce, are in the process or are considering a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement, it is important to be aware of your rights and options. This can help you proceed with your best interests in mind.