Our New York prenup attorneys understand that providing specific information online can be concerning. We request you each provide the financial institutions name and the amount of debt on said account. An example of a debt would be “American Express $10,00.00”.
Some people want to be more specific and they will include the last 4 digits to distinguish multiple accounts with the same institution. That often helps when there are several accounts with the same institution, for example, we frequently reach out to clients who provide us with information such as:
Capital One- $3,000.00
Capital One- $5,942.39
This could obviously get confusing, and we want to unsure that the document can be returned in the time from we provide to you, and since the document being prepared is based on the information you provide, it will be as accurate as that information given.
A better way to distinguish between those accounts would be to provide the last 4 digits of the account, such as:
Capital One #4909 - $3,000.00
Capital One #9732- $5,942.39
This way, when we are referencing accounts, calculating items, we can ensure that we do not leave anything out, or duplicate any accounts that we reference in the document’s terms.
We do not ask for any further details, and you should be very wary of any source who DOES request those numbers, Detailed financial institution information- beyond your method of payment for the good or service- is rarely needed to create a legal document, so make sure you always keep your account information including numbers, expiration dates, security codes, passwords, and any other details, in secure and private locations. In the age of cyber security issues, NYC Prenup spares no expense in ensuring that the server upon which our website is being run is exceedingly up to date and utilizing state of the art technology to protect your information. We are New York lawyers, not tech specialists, but we do have an IT expert who IS the specialist in this field, who has made sure that the route by which your information is sent is completely safe.
We have been providing this service for several years and not once has there ever been an issue with security of accounts and financial information. Your information is safe with us, and the document we prepare will be yours within just 48 hours. After that, none of your information is saved in our system and we do not have a database which stores client account information or financial documentation.