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Monthly Archives: April 2021


Honesty: The Magic Ingredient In Prenuptial Agreements

By Foster Hsu, LLP |

The conventional wisdom about prenuptial agreements says that the people who sign them tend to be older and wealthier, and therefore less naïve about love and money.  According to the old stereotypes, at least one party to the prenuptial agreement has been previously married and divorced and may not be able to guarantee that… Read More »

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A Postnuptial Agreement Could Save Your Marriage Or Simplify Your Divorce

By Foster Hsu, LLP |

Sometimes indecision is a sure sign that something is wrong.  In 2020, after nine months of being quarantined with your spouse, you knew that your current relationship with each other was untenable, but you were not sure what to do instead.  You thought about waiting it out until the end of 2020 and then… Read More »

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Your Fiduciary Duty Toward Your Spouse

By Foster Hsu, LLP |

Many couples take a vow at their wedding to love each other for richer or for poorer, but finances are a major cause of discord even among couples who enjoy each other’s company and share similar values.  Having opinions about the best ways to spend or save money does not mean that you are… Read More »

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The Court Cannot Order Your In-Laws to Continue to Bankroll Your Lavish Lifestyle After Your Divorce

By Foster Hsu, LLP |

If a married couple lives beyond their means, it is no one’s business but their own.  If they file for divorce, though, all their unsustainable spending habits come out in the wash.  California law requires former spouses with a large disparity to pay spousal support to the disadvantaged spouse in an amount that would… Read More »

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