Bringing An Interdisciplinary Practice To Your Prenuptial Agreement
A prenuptial agreement is crucial for any engaged couple with significant assets. This is particularly true if you are entering into a second or subsequent marriage, own a business, or already have children whose inheritance rights you would like to protect. In addition to asset protection, discussing financial matters with your future spouse before your marriage can help you avoid disagreements later and encourages honesty and disclosure.
Cox Padmore Skolnik & Shakarchy LLP is primarily known for its New York City business and commercial litigation attorneys — we are highly successful in these fields, and have earned an excellent reputation. But we are in fact a multidisciplinary firm, and we believe that our comprehensive understanding of complex financial issues, coupled with our knowledge of New York matrimonial law, allows us to effectively meet the family law needs of our clients.
Let CPS&S Handle Your Prenup
We have significant experience resolving complex property-related and financial issues specific to business owners, executives, licensed professionals and other high-asset individuals. This experience allows us to help you negotiate prenuptial agreements that are not only valid and enforceable, but also in your best interests. We will help you consider long-term goals, and account for possible future developments, to ensure that the prenuptial agreement will protect you adequately.
Do you own real estate, or all or part of a business? Will one of you be working to support the other while he/she goes to school or stays home to care for your children? In cases like these, consulting our attorneys about a prenup is particularly useful. We offer personalized attention at the partner level, and will take the time to understand your situation, so that the solutions we offer will be fully customized to meet your needs.
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