Prenuptial Agreements Forms

Enter marriage with eyes wide open. Marriage is love, partnership, family. It’s also the most important contract you’ll ever enter into – and one of the few very personal contracts in which New Jersey divorce laws dictate the terms. Fortunately, you can create a customized agreement that fits the needs of your relationship. With a prenuptial agreement you can:

  • protect each other from debts
  • take care of children from a previous marriage
  • clarify financial responsibility
  • protect hard-earned assets
  • and more

 

  • An Overview of Prenuptial Agreements
  • Cohabitation Agreement Between Parties With No Children
    • This is a cohabitation agreement. This type of agreement should be used when an unmarried couple decides to purchase a home together. If an unmarried couple decides to purchase a home together, then it is strongly advisable to prepare a cohabitation agreement.
  • Prenuptial Agreement – Version 1
    • This is a basic prenuptial agreement. This type of agreement should be used for newly married couples who don’t have significant assets entering into the marriage
  • Prenuptial Agreement – Version 2
    • This is another basic prenuptial agreement. This type of agreement should only also be used for newly married couples who don’t have significant assets entering into the marriage.
  • Prenuptial Agreement – Version 3
    • This is a more detailed and comprehensive long form of a prenuptial agreement. This agreement covers the distribution of real estate, pensions, issues of equitable distribution, the waiver of inheritance rights, the waiver spousal support, and the waiver of support for step-children. This type of agreement is ideal for parties entering into a second marriage.
  • Prenuptial Agreement – Version 4
    • This is another comprehensive long form prenuptial agreement. This agreement covers the distribution of real property, pensions, issues of equitable distribution, the waiver of inheritance rights, and the waiver spousal support.
  • Prenuptial Agreement – Version 5
    • This is very short form prenuptial agreement. This agreement is only a bare bone agreement. Moreover, it should only be used if the prospective spouses have limited assets.
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