Montgomery County Confidentiality Agreements Attorney
Divorce & Confidentiality Agreement
If you are going through a divorce, the last thing you want is for the private details of your separation to become public. Even peaceful divorces involve disagreements that are best kept private. Details involving personal finances, the division of property and the reasons for the separation are all personal information the public doesn’t need to know. Having your personal information splashed across the media can be traumatic for you, your ex and any children involved in the divorce, as well.
Unless you obtain a confidentiality agreement, there is no way your private information won’t get shared publically, or become tabloid fodder. So, if you’d like to protect information about your assets, business or family members, contact the experienced Pennsylvania divorce attorneys at the Law Offices of Sheryl R. Rentz to find out how we can help protect your privacy and personal information.
Who Can Benefit from Confidentiality Agreements in Pennsylvania?
Confidentiality agreements are ideal for spouses involved in a high-profile divorce or a divorce involving valuable and sensitive information. There are many reasons why you’d want to protect personal details about your life and practices. You may want a confidentiality agreement if:
- You are a business owner.
- You want to protect information about family business investments.
- There are personal issues you would like to keep quiet.
- You would rather not have relationship issues such as adultery become public knowledge.
- You want to keep the reasons why you or your spouse filed for divorce private.
- There is information gathered or agreements created before the marriage or even after the divorce that should remain confidential.
What Information Will the Agreement Cover?
You can use a confidentiality agreement to protect details of your pre-nuptial agreement or any changes made to the divorce decree after the divorce is final. Even if you are not involved in a high-profile divorce, you still may want to keep your personal matters private. An experienced Montgomery County divorce lawyer can help put together a confidentiality agreement that covers all discussions, negotiations and details exchanged during the creation of the pre-nuptial or post-nuptial agreement.
You do not need an agreement to protect information shared with your attorney. But, there could be other professionals involved in your divorce who don’t have to keep silent about your personal matters. A confidentiality agreement can keep private the information you share with expert advisors like your accountant or insurance broker. With a confidentiality agreement in place, you can freely share information with people whose advice you need without having to worry about your information becoming public knowledge.
How a Montgomery County Attorney Can Help
Divorces can be messy and the details of your separation should remain confidential and private. Divorce proceedings are complex and confidentiality agreements between separating couples requires an experienced attorney. Our Montgomery County, PA divorce attorneys have successfully handled many high-asset, high-profile cases. We know and understand the issues that might arise and can help protect your rights. Call us at (610) 645-0100 or (866) 290-9292 for a free consultation.