How the Annulment Process Works in NJ

The dissolution of your marriage is a tragic event, but it need not destroy your life. Indeed, the marriage need not end in divorce. You may instead be able to attain an annulment. The latter is a court procedure that ends a marriage. The difference is that in an annulment the law takes the view.. Read More

About to Get Married: Should You Consider a Prenup?

Prenuptial (prenup) agreements are often misunderstood. Some people think a prenup means the marriage is destined to fail, or that one partner is expecting the other to take everything they own. But those assumptions are far from true. Prenup agreements are simply a way for couples to plan their finances before the wedding. No one.. Read More

Pre-Marital or Pre-Nuptial Agreement

A Pre-Marital Agreement, also known as a Pre-Nuptial Agreement, is an agreement made by a couple in contemplation of marriage. It becomes effective upon the parties’ marriage. It must be in writing and signed by both parties. It must also have a statement of assets and incomes annexed to it. A Pre-Marital Agreement usually spells.. Read More