Prenuptial Agreements for First, Subsequent and Later-In-Life Marriages

August 16, 2012
Julia Swain
Strafford Publications, Inc.

1:00 p.m. - 2:50 p.m. ET

This CLE webinar will prepare family law attorneys to represent the interests of parties entering first, subsequent or later-in-life marriages, when negotiating and drafting premarital agreements.


Drafting prenuptial agreement provisions that will withstand subsequent court challenges is critical. Representing parties at different stages of life, including first or subsequent marriages or people in their golden years, will impact negotiation and drafting strategies.

Counsel must identify and analyze factors and legal implications to determine the type of agreement best suited for a client’s particular needs. Anticipating potential challenges and developing strategies to enhance the validity of the agreement is key.

Listen as our panel of family law attorneys discusses best practices for negotiating and drafting premarital agreements, with a focus on what should and can be included depending upon the client’s circumstances. The panel will identify considerations to factor into drafting the premarital agreement in anticipation of withstanding possible future challenges.


Julia Swain, Partner
Fox Rothschild LLP, Philadelphia

Leonce A. Richard, Shareholder
Mariscal Weeks McIntyre & Friedlander, Phoenix

Jeffrey A. Soilson, Partner
Sally & Fitch, Boston


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