Walter Lau is a named partner at Lau & Nicolello, LLC. He holds a JD from New York Law School and his Bachelor of Arts from the University of Maryland - College Park. Walter is licensed to practice law in both New York and New Jersey and has handled business purchases and sales, insurance subrogation, UCC disputes, Criminal and Municipal Court appearances, and personal injury lawsuits.
By Walter Lau
A prenup or a premarital agreement, sometimes called a prenuptial or antenuptial agreement is a contract. A contract is just a written agreement between two or more parties. These agreements explain how to split up premarital property (items acquired by a spouse prior to the marriage) and marital property (property acquired during the marriage), and how much, if any, alimony or support one spouse should get if the marriage ends in a divorce.
By Walter Lau
Let’s start out by saying Shake App is a great tool for making quick agreements, but is by no means a replacement for an attorney for more complex or intricate contracts (Shake concedes this point right up front). Shake allows you to create, digitally sign and send a contract to the other party for them to digitally sign. Just think of how many fewer People’s Court and Judge Judy episodes there would be if everyone who loaned someone money had used Shake.