Mary Ann Aiello, Esq., the principal of the firm, relies on almost 30 years of... more
Mary Ann Aiello, Esq., the principal of the firm, relies on almost 30 years of experience zealously advocating for her clients rights. After gaining several years of experience working for other firms, Ms. Aiello ventured out to blaze her own path in 1987. Since then she has become a prominent figure in the Long Island matrimonial and family law community and is a member and leader ... view profile
Allyson Hughes received her law degree, with honors, from the University of Florida... more
Allyson Hughes received her law degree, with honors, from the University of Florida in 1987. While at the University of Florida, Ms. Hughes was a Teaching Fellow for Appellate Advocacy and received the American Jurisprudence Book Award in Family Law. Ms. Hughes is board certified by the Florida Bar in Marital and Family Law and practices law exclusively in that area. Ms. Hughes maintains he... view profile
When you marry, you enter a relationship contract with your spouse that entitles you as a couple to certain legal rights and responsibilities. Family lawyers specializing in marriage can write prenuptial agreements for a couple before marriage. A prenuptial agreement can be especially important if you have financial interests you've accrued earlier in life and wish to clarify how they will or won't be shared with your new spouse. A written prenuptial agreement sets out the financial expectations of your marriage and anticipates what will happen to your assets should you divorce. The process for creating an airtight prenuptial agreement can be complicated, and a lawyer with a marriage and prenuptial practice can make sure the agreement is properly written.