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Prenuptial Agreements

Prenuptial agreements and the conversations they provide for allow couples to discuss not only their financial expectations before the wedding, but also their expectations of what they want out of their marriage. Couples most likely in need of a prenup are those with significant assets going into the marriage or who have children from a prior marriage or relationship. Our attorneys at The Law Office of Janet J. Goldman can assist you in this process, drafting a prenuptial agreement that will help you:

  • Protect your assets
  • Protect against your spouse‚Äôs debts
  • Protect interests of children from a previous marriage/relationship
  • Define and identify separate and marital assets and property
  • Limit or expand inheritance rights
  • Define future alimony/support payments

Laurie S., West Warwick, RI

Attorney Goldman is amazing. She’s very caring and knowledgeable. Her and her staff are welcoming as soon as you walk in.

Postnuptial Agreements

Postnuptial agreements offer similar protections to a prenuptial agreement. However, postnuptial agreements are drafted after the date of the wedding rather than before. Postnuptial agreements are often prompted following a substantial inheritance, career change, significant change in financial circumstances, or even a last attempt to save a marriage.

Carmen R., Cranston, RI

Janet and her staff are attentive, kind, and professional all the way through. Thank you for doing a great job and treating all your clients with such high respect.

Contact us at 401-785-2300 today to arrange a free initial consultation.

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