Prenuptial - Postnuptial Agreements
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Prenuptial agreements are agreements entered into before marriage. Prenuptial agreements reflect the intentions of both parties after full disclosure, and typically involve the division of property and support (alimony) obligations with respect to each party in the event of a divorce. Postnuptial agreements are the same as prenuptial agreements, except they are entered into after the marriage.
Although prenuptial agreements are often perceived in a negative light, they can be quite beneficial to both parties. In many instances, they can help rather than hamper a marriage.
Call (626) 594-4487 to discuss your need for a prenuptial agreement or representation regarding a prenuptial agreement with an attorney who is also a California Board-certified family law specialist (certified by the State Bar of California).
Why a Prenuptial Agreement Can Be Helpful
Often times, especially if a good situation turns bad, issues regarding property division, asset and debt distribution and support obligations can make a bad situation worse. A prenuptial agreement helps both parties to know exactly -- or have a very good idea -- what would happen if the marriage doesn't work, thereby avoiding anxiety during temporary marital spats that every couple has at one time or another.
A prenuptial agreement is also an optimal instrument for protecting an individual who has significant property or assets. Most people understand that events can change; people can discover they are not as compatible as they first thought, or couples can sometimes drift off in different directions. A prenuptial agreement can help protect your assets in the event a marriage doesn't work out. For many individuals, this is extremely important if they have children from a previous marriage.
Prenuptial Agreement Litigation
Our divorce lawyers also have extensive experience representing men and women in litigation involving a prenuptial agreement or postnuptial agreement. Typically, one recurring issue in this type of litigation is whether adequate disclosure was provided, i.e., did the contesting party receive full disclosure before entering into the prenuptial agreement?
To discuss obtaining a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement or a divorce involving a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement with an experienced family law attorney, please schedule a confidential consultation by calling us at (626) 594-4487 or by filling out the family law intake form on our Contact page. We can provide you with experienced, dedicated, knowledgeable advice and representation; call today.
Because your future matters, retain a California Board-certified family law specialist to represent you in your divorce or family matter.
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