Is a Prenuptial Agreement Enough to Protect My Assets During Divorce?

December 17, 2020 | Legal Perspective, Prenuptial Agreements, Videos

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Pittsburgh family law attorney Brian C. Vertz discusses the nuances of prenuptial agreements and property tracing with attorney Kyleigh A. Weinfurtner’s class at Case Western Reserve University School of Law. An artfully drafted prenup can be a valuable tool in protecting assets during a divorce. However, if the prenup doesn’t anticipate specific circumstances of a divorce, property tracing may still be important in distinguishing marital property from separate property.



Known as a pragmatic and creative problem solver, Brian was selected as the Pittsburgh 2019 Lawyer of the Year for family law through The Best Lawyers in America peer review process. Certified in mediation and arbitration, Brian is well equipped to negotiate and resolve cases out of court. When a case can’t be settled, Brian is a formidable advocate in the trial and appellate courts with an impressive track record in difficult child support and divorce litigation, as well as prenup enforcement and child custody proceedings.

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