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Pitfalls Of Do-It-Yourself Prenuptial Agreements

New York Prenuptial Agreement Attorney

A prenuptial agreement can be a useful tool to protect monetary assets and other personal property in a divorce. However, if it is not filed or executed correctly, you may lose a significant amount of the assets intended for your children.

Why Hire A Lawyer To Draft Your Prenuptial Agreement?

The law firm of Polizzotto & Polizzotto, LLC, assists clients in Brooklyn, New York City, Long Island and surrounding areas in drafting and negotiating prenuptial agreements. Our experienced attorneys help ensure that your interests are protected before, during and after a marriage, if necessary. Contact us today for a consultation.

Protect Your Assets For Your Children

Whether you own a small business or have a large inheritance, it may be important that these assets remain in the family, especially if you have children from a previous marriage. Specific pieces of personal property can also be protected; you can ensure that a grandmother’s wedding ring, an heirloom china set or antique furniture stays with specific children. Having an attorney draft your prenuptial document can reduce your worries about the provisions and the possibility of the document being declared invalid.

Reduce The Likelihood Of Expensive Litigation

A do-it-yourself prenuptial agreement may be quicker and cheaper in the short term, but it could result in long, expensive court battles in the future. If your assets are worth protecting, then it is worth your time and expense to hire an attorney.

Before settling for a do-it-yourself prenuptial agreement, talk to a lawyer at our firm. Our principal attorney, Alfred Polizzotto III, is an experienced lawyer and certified financial planner. He will discuss with you the value of your assets and the importance of protecting them for your children, sisters and brothers, or business partner.

Contact Polizzotto & Polizzotto, LLC, in Brooklyn to learn more about the pitfalls of do-it-yourself prenuptial agreements.