In this episode of A Better Divorce Podcast with Andrea Vacca, we welcome guest Alison Arden Besunder. Alison is a Partner and Chair of the Trust and Estates Group at the law firm of Goetz Fitzpatrick here in New York, where she helps clients with estate planning, prenuptial agreements, business succession planning, estate litigation, guardianships and more.
Tune in to this episode as Alison shares insights into:
* Why a prenup is important (and when to discuss it)
* What things are good to discuss in a prenup
* How the first marriage prenup is different from the second (or third) marriage prenups
* What things are most concerning when discussing a prenup
* How a prenup affects Estate Planning
Alison Arden Besunder is a Partner in the Trusts & Estates group at Goetz Fitzpatrick. She has extensive experience and focuses her practice in the areas of Trusts & Estate Planning, Guardianship, Estate Litigation, Commercial Litigation, Elder Law, and Business Succession Planning. Alison also assists her clients with Intellectual Property, Media & Technology in the areas of trademarks, copyrights, and brand protection, as well as estate planning tailored to the needs of owners of intellectual property such as writers, musicians, composers, artists, art collectors, and technology developers. Alison counsels clients on matters ranging from the simple to complex, helping them understand their documents and estate plan, minimize future disputes through proactive planning, and resolve disputes that proceed to litigation through negotiation, mediation, or trial.
Learn more about Alison Besunder:
Visit her business website: https://goetzfitz.com/attorneys/alison-arden-besunder/
Connect with Alison on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/alisonardenbesunder/
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