I wrote this E-book to provide people with important information about prenups that can be helpful for any couple.
New York, NY (PRWEB) February 14, 2013
Valentine’s Day is one of the most popular days to propose. This year, six million couples are likely to get engaged on February 14th, according to the American Express Spending and Saving Tracker consumer report. In the spirit of these new engagements, New York divorce attorney Brian Perskin is offering a free publication on prenuptial agreements, also known as prenups.
Prenups are contracts written between two individuals prior to marriage, essentially setting the terms for how money will be distributed in case of divorce, separation, or death. Although seeking legal information on these contracts may seem unromantic, prenups can provide important legal protection for both parties to a marriage.
Perskin, who has been practicing family and marital law in New York for twenty two years, states that because future circumstances are often unpredictable, getting a prenup can be wise financial planning for anyone. In order to help couples make a decision about whether or not a prenup is right for them, Perskin’s publication covers five frequently asked questions about these contracts. The questions he responds to include: what are prenuptial agreements, what can a prenup do for you, who should get a prenup, what they should cover, and how to get a prenup.
Anyone who may find this information helpful can request the E-book by sending a contact form on Brian D. Perskin & Associates P.C.’s web site: http://www.newyorkdivorceattorney.com. This year, after indulging in Valentine’s chocolates and sniffing aromatic red roses, couples can obtain free legal information that is essential for making educated decisions about their future marriage.
Brian D. Perskin developed one of the largest divorce and family law practices in the New York City area, Brian D. Perskin & Associates, P.C. He represents individuals in complex family and matrimonial law cases and has written on topics including divorce strategy, fathers’ rights, custody rights of non-parents, pension fund assets and attorneys’ fees. He earned a BA in economics from Brandeis University in 1987 and a JD from Washington College of Law in 1990.