White Plains Postnuptial Agreement Attorneys — 4 found

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  1. White Plains Divorce / Separation Lawyer Lisa Ellen Zeiderman

    Lisa Zeiderman

    Lisa Zeiderman, a partner at Miller Zeiderman & Wiederkehr LLP practices in all areas of matrimonial and family law. Lisa is a high energy, zealous and relentless advocate. She... more
    Licensed for 10 years


  2. White Plains Divorce / Separation Lawyer Patricia Granville Kitson

    Patricia Kitson

    Patricia is a leading member of the Matrimonial and Family Law practice group and practices in all aspects of the field. While attending law school Patricia placed first in the Moot... more
    Licensed for 35 years


  3. White Plains Divorce / Separation Lawyer Lauren G. Klein

    Lauren Klein

    I offer divorce litigation and mediation services, negotiation and drafting of separation agreements, prenuptial and postnuptial agreements, parenting plans, post-divorce modifications,... more
    Licensed for 31 years
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  4. White Plains Divorce / Separation Lawyer Lynn J. Maier

    Lynn Maier

    Client Review: Lynn is a highly ethical attorney whose expert knowledge of the law, diplomatic handling of court...
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    Licensed for 38 years


Postnuptial Agreements

If married couples wish to determine how property, finances, or debts should be divided should they divorce, they can sign a postnuptial agreement. Unlike a prenuptial, which is prepared prior to marriage, these agreements are reached during a marriage in order to address circumstances which may have arisen since the marriage began. Common examples include provisions for a parent who chooses to stay at home to raise children or the transference of a business or property to one spouse's name to protect those assets. Postnuptial agreement attorneys can help draft postnuptial agreements to meet the needs of both spouses. Conversely, lawyers with experience with postnuptial agreements can challenge these in court should one spouse dispute the contract during a divorce.