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Monmouth County Prenuptial Agreements Attorneys

Prenuptial agreements are powerful tools to protect oneself from an uncertain future. Our firm recognizes that these documents can face legal issues after their execution. In some cases, legal action revolves around the execution of the document. Other times, the content of the prenuptial agreement calls for the need to retain legal services. If you are facing legal issues regarding the enforcement of a prenuptial agreement, contact our firm today. Contact the prenuptial agreement attorneys here at Paone Zaleski & Murphy for a consultation to discuss your legal matter.

Prenuptial Agreement Litigation Attorneys | Here for Clients in Monmouth County

How do I know if my prenuptial agreement is valid?

In order to have a valid prenuptial agreement, the document must be prepared in accordance with New Jersey law.  To ensure that your prenuptial agreement is valid, make sure:

  • It is in writing
  • It includes a full and fair disclosure of all earnings, property, and financial obligations.
  • Each party retains independent counsel
  • It is executed before marriage
  • It is voluntarily signed by both parties

The burden of proof to set aside a prenuptial agreement is upon the party alleging the agreement to be unenforceable. When facing legal issues regarding the enforcement of this document, it is important to consult with an effective legal team that can represent your interests in court.

Contact our firm when litigating a prenuptial agreement

If you face litigation regarding the enforcement of a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement, contact our firm. Whether the legal matter is in reference to the execution of the document or its content, our firm will litigate on your behalf, fighting for your interests in court. Our firm has decades of experience representing clients’ interests regarding a previously executed prenuptial agreement. Contact Paone Zaleski & Murphy to schedule a consultation if you need our help.

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