Do you know what it takes to craft a lasting and enforceable pre-nup? With this program, our experienced faculty will walk through the essentials needed for creating a contract made for protecting clients if the marriage ends. Prepare yourself: know what to include and what to avoid in making a strong prenuptial agreement for your client. Register today!
Identify how courts treat prenuptial agreements.
Understand what happens in the event that a client does not have a prenuptial agreement.
Learn how pre-nups can be used to protect clients’ financial endeavors.
Prenuptial Agreements: Who Needs It and What Happens If Your Client Doesn’t Have One?
Identifying Financial and Other Responsibilities
Disposition of Separate and Marital Property
Protecting Properties and Assets From Debts
Child Support and Alimony Payments
Pre-nups as an Estate Planning Tool
Top Drafting Errors to Avoid Making in Prenuptial Agreements
Mark K Gubinsky is the owner of The Gubinsky Law Firm, P.C. Prior to founding The Gubinsky Law Firm, P.C.in 2011, he was a shareholder and president of a family law firm in Pittsburgh. An attorney since 1994, Mr. Gubinsky strives to provide each client with personal, responsive and cost-effective representation. He believes that individuals and families in transition deserve compassionate, reasonable representation. Mr. Gubinsky uses his years of experience in family law issues to evaluate each client's case and work with the client to formulate a course of action appropriate for each individual's unique situation. He recognizes that the families of today sometimes face complex issues, and that respect and discretion is imperative. Mr. Gubinsky's professional training and accomplishments include training in collaborative law and is a founding member and immediate past president of the Collaborative Law Association of Southwestern Pennsylvania; he is active in local professional organizations, including the Allegheny County Bar Association, the Family Law Section Council, and the Family Law Section's Child Support Guidelines Committee; he chairs the Allegheny County Bar Association Lawyer Referral Service Committee; and he frequently lectures on family law topics for the Pennsylvania Bar Institute and Cape Institute. Mr. Gubinsky earned a B.S. degree from the University of Maryland in 1990 and his J.D. degree from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law in 1994
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