All of us here at Jacobs Berger want to reassure our clients and business associates that their health and safety are our primary concern.

All of us here at Jacobs Berger want to reassure our clients and business associates that their health and safety are our primary concern and that we are also committed to the health and safety of our staff and our families. Though we are currently working remotely, we continue to operate as we always have, providing quality service and for us, it is “business as usual.”

We are offering telephonic and video calls, conferences, mediations, and strategic planning sessions to continue to service our clients and prospective clients, and are, of course, available for ongoing business partnerships via our virtual network!

If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us via phone at 973-710-4366, by email, or, if necessary, carrier pigeon. (We are kidding about the last one, but you laughed, didn’t you?) Also, head to our social media pages for some tips on staying healthy, safe and sane during this time.

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Important Information Used to Draft a Pre-nuptial Agreement

What Information Will my Attorney Need to Draft a Pre-nuptial Agreement?

Our partner attorney Amy L. Miller Esq. was admitted to the New Jersey Bar in 2006, to the New York Bar in 2007, and the New Jersey State Federal Bar in 2006. Amy joined Jacobs Berger, LLC as a Partner in 2017 and focuses solely on family law issues. Amy’s practice is in the area of family law, including divorce,  mediation,  custodyvisitationalimony, and domestic violence.

In the video, Amy talks about the documents and information the two parties need t to provide to an attorney when crafting their pre-nuptial agreement.

In preparing a prenuptial agreement; it is very important that your attorney has all the information that you have with regard to three primary areas, your income, your assets, and your liabilities, and your soon to be spouse will also have to provide that very same information to their attorney as well.

Are there any other documents that we need to provide?

The other important things to give to your attorney are any information or any resolutions that you and your soon-to-be spouse have reached between the two of you, so if you have already discussed and resolved certain issues that will be part of the prenuptial agreement, perhaps it is alimony, perhaps it is equitable distribution, or what is going to happen to a house or business. That is information that you want to provide to your attorney, and that will help your attorney better craft the prenuptial agreement and also better advise you as to whether or not the resolutions that you’ve reached are in your best interest. And those are the things that you would be discussing with your attorney.

Call our Morristown Pre-nuptial Attorneys Lawyers Today

If you want to discuss further the steps in preparing a  pre-nuptial agreement, you can reach out to us, and we will be happy to sit down and walk you through the entire process.

At Jacobs Berger, we pride ourselves on understanding the human element, and we strive to keep that at the forefront of all of our relationships with our clients in New Jersey towns such as Randolph, Morristown, East Hanover, Rockaway, Madison, Dover, Denville, Morris County, and throughout New Jersey.

Contact us online or through our Morristown offices by calling (973) 718-7705 today for a confidential and comprehensive case assessment regarding any family law-related issues.

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