You’ve come to the right place to learn all about New Jersey Prenuptial Agreements, or what many refer to as “prenups” but the court may call antenuptial agreements, prenuptial agreements, or premarital agreements.
You’re about to get married for the first time. You’re excited but you’re also practical: nobody goes into a marriage expecting to get divorced.
If you can explain to your fiancee that it’s not a sign of doubt on your part but a display of the pragmatism they love about you, then perhaps you can both realize a prenuptial agreement can be a nice insurance policy should there be unexpected developments in your future. You don’t ignore getting a will just because you hope not to die…
Prenuptial agreements can save a lot of time and emotional pain during a divorce. It’s an insurance policy you hope you never have to use but if you do it right it’s there should things take an unexpected turn in the future.
The Prenuptial Agreement Zone has you covered with all the resources you need to learn about this important area of New Jersey family law.
Feeling ambitious? Click here for the extensive prenuptial agreement guide. Coming in at about thousands of words you’ll be beyond well-informed when you’re done reading our guide. See if a prenup is right for you.
Or for other articles and resources, click below on the sub-topic that interests you:
- Article: Overview of New Jersey Prenup Law. Click here for a short-form overview of New Jersey Prenup Law if you don’t have enough time to read the longer guide.
- Article: My Fiancee Wants me to Sign a Prenup. Click here to learn about what your rights are and what you can do if your significant other is seeking a prenuptial agreement.