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What is a Prenuptial Agreement? Do I Need One?

The Fundamentals of a New York Prenup Signing a prenup isn’t just for celebrity couples, serial spouses, and the wealthy. A well drafted New York prenuptial agreement can protect both the husband and wife, even if they are of limited means. A prenuptial agreement can not only make a divorce less acrimonious, but it can safeguard...

New York Parenting Plans: Handling Holidays and Vacations in Child Custody Agreements

When you look back on your childhood, it’s likely that some of your most vivid and impactful memories are from family vacations or time spent together on holidays. The family road trip, a visit to Disneyworld, gathering aunts, uncles, grandparents, and cousins together for Thanksgiving – these are the moments we remember. As parents, we...

“Callous” Prenup Still Enforceable

Hardball negotiating and “callous” conduct leading up to the execution of a prenuptial agreement may not be the most romantic way to enter into a marriage, but it won’t be enough to invalidate a prenup, according to a recent New York court decision. A “Very High Burden” to Invalidate a New York Prenup As I...

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