Knowledge, Understanding, Skill, Care and Experience
The Law Office of Jeremy D. Morley handles international prenuptial agreements in New York and throughout the world, always acting with local counsel whenever appropriate.
We are experienced in advising wealthy and entrepreneurial clients and their families concerning such matters, as well as international couples who require particular protection in light of their international residences or business interests.
We believe that it is always prudent for international couples who plan to marry to consider making an international prenuptial agreement, sometimes known as a premarital or antenuptial agreement or a marriage contract.
While there are many benefits of prenuptial agreements for conventional marriages, the benefits are generally multiplied when the parties are from different countries or have assets overseas or are living overseas.
A key benefit for international people is that a prenuptial agreement may drastically simplify a future divorce that might otherwise be inordinately complex or confusing.
A prenuptial agreement for international couples is generally prudent and appropriate.
Many of our clients have significant net worth or are members of families with significant net worth.
For further information about our firm and about international family law, visit:
INTERNATIONAL FAMILY LAW PRACTICE by Jeremy D. Morley
How We Work
We usually commence our matters with a consultation.
Most consultations are by telephone, since our clients are all over the world.
The purpose of the consultation is two-fold.
First,it enables a new client to get to know us.
Second, it enables us to work with the client to create a sensible plan tailored for the client’s particular circumstances.
To set up a consultation call Mark at 1-212-372-3425 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Disclaimer: Jeremy D. Morley is admitted to practice only in the State of New York. Other attorneys or counsel with the firm are admitted to practice only in the State of New Jersey. We work with independent lawyers around the world to solve complex family law issues. Potential clients should not send confidential information until an attorney-client relationship has been established by a written retainer agreement signed by both the attorney and the client.
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