Edward Carrasco

Prior to becoming a private practice attorney, Ed Carrasco spent 22 years with the New York City Police Department (NYPD), retiring in the rank of Cap

  • Criminal Law
  • Immigration Law
  • Personal Injury

Anthony D. Luis

Anthony D. Luis is an Associate in Rawle & Henderson’s New York office. Anthony concentrates his practice with the defense of clients involving comm

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  • Personal Injury
  • Business Law

Licelle Cobrador

  • Immigration Law
  • EB5 Investment Visa
  • Family Law

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Will a prenup protect my estate if I die while married?

I live in New York and I’ve been told that a spouse may be able to go against your Will if you die while still married and get more than what you’ve provided for them in the Will. I’m engaged and I have adult children from my prior marriage. I have considerable assets that I acquired before I ever met my fiancé. I want to make sure that if I die while married to her, what my Will says will be honored and my assets will go to my children. Could my fiancé agree to sign a prenup and waive any right to contest my Will or get any of my assets if die?
Published on 03/08/21
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