Quincy Prenuptial Agreement Lawyers

Premarital asset protection is one of the most important things you can do for your children and family if you are heading into a second marriage. At the Quincy prenuptial agreement family law offices of Bishop & Reidy, P.C., we draft airtight prenups for engaged couples and people entering into same-sex marriages.

Bishop & Reidy, P.C., has the property valuation experience to determine the true worth of your estate and protect your assets from unforeseen circumstances in your pending marriage.

Contact our firm today to discuss your marital agreement questions and concerns with our Norfolk-area lawyers.

Since attorneys Paul Bishop and John Reidy founded Bishop & Reidy, P.C., in 2000, prenuptial agreements for individuals and engaged couples throughout eastern Massachusetts has been a mainstay of our business. To date, there has never been one of our prenups overturned in a divorce court ruling.

Cohabitation Agreements

Many people come to Bishop & Reidy, P.C., requesting a "cohabitation agreement" to protect their assets in the event their nonmarried living arrangement disintegrates. The truth is that there is no such thing as a legally binding domestic partnership agreement or cohabitation agreement under Massachusetts law. For cohabitation arrangements, the old "common law" marriage laws still apply. If you and your partner hold yourself out to be married over a significant period of time, your individual property and assets may be subject to the same rules that apply to marital property division in a divorce.

Contact A Braintree Premarital Agreement Lawyer

Contact us to learn more about the value of prenuptial agreements. We advise our clients that they are a legal necessity if they are heading into a second, or subsequent, marriage. Protecting your family assets from the unexpected is worth the time and effort to visit with us.