You have an option to work with a mediator to achieve a healthy and successful marriage. Instead of “lawyering up,” you work with a neutral third party to cement the love you have for each other with a prenup that empowers you to thrive out the gates.
Author: Raymond Hekmat
Let’s take a closer look into how prenups can expire or be amended in a marriage in California and which option is best for you in the long run.
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