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5 Things To Know About Prenuptial Agreements In California

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Are you planning to get married in California? It is important to plan ahead and to consider the benefits of a prenuptial agreement. While many people assume that prenuptial agreements are only for very wealthy people or for people who are getting married later in life after acquiring assets, prenuptial agreements can be beneficial… Read More »

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Prenuptial Agreements And The Duty Of Spouses To Support Each Other

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You can agree to almost anything, but that does not always mean that the court will enforce it.  Numerous court decisions in California case law assert that the state is a party in divorce cases, and therefore the court, as a representative of the state, has the right to protect its own interests.  Couples… Read More »

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Honesty: The Magic Ingredient In Prenuptial Agreements

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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

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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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Is Separate Bank Account Enough or Do I Need a Prenup?

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According to Bank of America, about 28 percent of adults between the age of 23 to 37 have chosen to keep their banking accounts separate from their spouse’s finances. Is having a separate bank account enough to protect you should the marriage fail? In California it is wise to still consider a prenuptial agreement…. Read More »

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