Premarital Agreements

A growing number of couples in Monmouth, Middlesex and Ocean Counties in New Jersey are obtaining a premarital agreement before tying the knot. A premarital agreement allows for parties to plan their financial future in the unfortunate event of divorce or death of a spouse.  Tonneman & Connors, LLC has experience in handling all aspects of a premarital agreement to safeguard client assets, investments and savings.

Premarital Agreements
Premarital agreements are often necessary for couples marrying for the second time.  These people often have already been through the divorce process or lost a spouse and want to preserve their assets for their children from their first marriage.  Premarital agreements may also be wise for parties marrying for the first time who have substantial assets by way of savings, family business interests, inheritance or gifts.  A premarital agreement allows the parties to decide how to divide their assets in the event of a future divorce without regard to traditional divorce laws.

You can trust our attorneys to craft an in-depth premarital agreement that defines financial responsibilities during your marriage, establishes property rights should you separate and addresses all other important matters stemming from your pending marriage – contact us today.