The California Premarital Agreement Act governs the creation and enforceability of prenuptial agreements (“prenup” for short). Having a lawyer carefully draft a prenup to meet you and your future spouses goals is critical to ensure it is enforceable in the event you have to rely on it. A prenup is like having car insurance: you hope to not have to use it, but if you do, it protects you and your family’s finances.
Having a prenup in place can save you and your partner the mental and financial anguish of an uncertain outcome in family court, should you end up separating.
Hiring an attorney to draft a prenup is an investment in your family’s future, and ensures the agreement is enforceable and ethical. Our firm collaborates with top-rated estate planning attorneys as needed to integrate estate plans into the premarital agreements.
Contact our office today for a free consultation about your prenup.