Some people (often those with businesses or other assets of value, second marriages, etc.) want to enter into a premarital agreement before getting married; others do not wish to marry but want to live together and desire to enter into an agreement that governs their rights and obligations to one another while they live together (cohabit) and in the event of a divorce. It is critically important in either premarital agreements or cohabitation agreements that the parties allow sufficient time before the wedding or cohabitation commences to properly negotiate the terms of such agreements. All of the attorneys in the firm have experience in negotiating and drafting such agreements. Our attorneys also have experience in litigating the enforceability of such agreements.
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