You can’t compel your spouse to sign a confidentiality agreement in exchange for material that you’re obligated to turn over, but in many cases, it’s wise to seek an extra layer of protection for yourself.
Asking your spouse for a confidentiality agreement may be all it takes, though you may find yourself negotiating an agreement that protects the confidentiality of both parties.
If your spouse is unwilling to sign, it’s time to ask the judge for consideration of your trade secrets, proprietary information, or other material that you believe warrants extra discretion.
When you work with an experienced Brooklyn divorce attorney, you stand the best chance of having a divorce that fully protects your interests and leaves you in the best position for the long term.
The attorneys at Zelenitz, Shapiro & D’Agostino protect our clients in every type of divorce.
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