Many of our customers are asking how to finalize their prenuptial or postnuptial agreement during the COVID-19 pandemic? The good news that notary services can be done remotely now- the notary does NOT need to be physically present.
Pursuant to New York Executive Order Number 202.7, signed by Governor Cuomo, any notarial act required under New York law may now be performed by audio-video transmission.
It doesn’t have to be a stressful discussion. Here are some ways you can have the talk about your prenuptial agreement, and its terms and conditions, without the presence of the New York prenup lawyer, without it putting unnecessary strain on your relationship during an exciting time in your lives.
The laws are structured in certain, specific ways, and navigating the legal system can be a lengthy process. However, there is a very simple way to assure that you don’t get entangled in that type of circumstance- messy legal processes. The way to assure that you will never have to go through that is by obtaining a prenuptial agreement prepared by attorneys who specialize in New York law, and who only handle prenuptial agreements in New York City- at www.nycprenup.com
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