Prenuptial Antenuptial & Postnuptial Agreements
Caserta & Spiriti routinely handles the preparation of pre-marital and post-marital agreements for people working to protect their futures. In the event of a divorce, the firm strives to achieve an agreement that removes unnecessary litigation and facilitates a transition from marriage to divorce status.
People who bring significant assets or business interests to a marriage often wish to protect those assets should the marriage result in divorce. Our firm has significant experience providing legal advice, representation, and drafting prenuptial agreements for high-asset individuals. Whether the objective is to protect assets if the marriage fails within a specified period or preserve the inheritance of children from a previous marriage, Caserta Spiriti has the skill and experience to protect our clients’ interests.
Often our clients seek post-marital agreements (or post-nuptial agreements) after a marriage had occurred but prior to any divorce or separation. As with prenuptial agreements, these agreements are typically sought when circumstances change after a marriage.
Post Marital Agreements and Marriage Settlement Agreements are contracts that allow couples to legally resolve property distribution matters, the division of debt, and children’s issues that have developed as a result of the marriage. Since these issues are often contentious and signed agreements are legally binding, it is important to hire a skilled attorney to review and draft post-marital agreements or marital settlement.
Practice Area Attorneys
Joseph A. Spiriti Jr., represents clients in general business matters, with specialized experience in contract negotiation, debt collection, business infrastructure and transactions, real estate, and entertainment transactions and litigation.View Attorney Profile
Robert L. Mellinger, has over 33 years of experience as an attorney, having been admitted to practice law in California, New York, Pennsylvania and Florida as well as several U.S. Federal Jurisdictions, including the Supreme Court of the United States of America.View Attorney Profile