Monthly Archives: September 2016

The Statute of Frauds and Your Prenuptial Agreement

Prenuptial agreements are an excellent way to protect yourself, your future spouse, and others when you make the huge decision to tie the knot with your significant other. Not only does it protect you, legally and financially, but it also gives plenty of peace of mind, knowing that you will be alright should the unthinkable…
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Marital and Separate Property, and Prenuptial Agreements

If you and your spouse decide to divorce, then one of the most hotly contested issues will be who gets what. Property distribution is often one of the most contentious aspects of a divorce, especially if there is a lot to divide, and if there are no children from the marriage. A prenuptial agreement might be the…
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How Property Can Change From Separate to Marital: Transmutation

In New York, when you get married, all of the property and assets that you bring into the marriage are considered separate property. Typically, if your separate property is kept distinct from the marital property and assets that you accumulate with your spouse, then in the event of a divorce, your separate property will come…
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