Our New Jersey family law attorneys are well aware of the complex legal loopholes often found in premarital agreements.
What is a Premarital Agreement?
A premarital agreement is a written contract created by two people before they are married. The contract lists the assets of each spouse and explains how the property will be divided in the event of a divorce or the death of one spouse. Couples often choose to draft premarital agreements when there is a significant difference in income between the spouses and/or neither spouse wants to endure a drawn-out divorce.
What Is Required for a Valid Premarital Agreement in the State of New Jersey?
The New Jersey version of the Uniform Premarital Agreement Act (UPAA) states what is required for a valid premarital agreement within the state. The requirements are, as follows:
How The GC Law Firm May Help You
Our family law attorneys are well-versed in drafting premarital agreements and making sure they are valid by New Jersey standards. Contact us today at (201)-488-1825, or through our website, to get started!