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A prenuptial agreement (also known as a premarital agreement) is a legal document created before marriage planning your finances during marriage and defining how to divide assets between a couple in the event of a divorce or death. There are, however, many more benefits to getting a prenup than protecting your money. As you weigh … Continued
Commingling assets in marriage is when you and your spouse combine your separate and community property. This happens in both purposeful and indirect ways. The “what’s mine is yours” mentality is sweet in theory, but it can have unintended financial consequences. Here’s what commingling means for your property and how to trace assets if you … Continued
There are three main categories of marriage contracts. Here are the key differences between them.
Yes, technically, you can write a prenup yourself in California. However, mistakes when doing so can be costly.
No matter how long it lasts, the honeymoon stage of a relationship can be a source of positivity and a timely opportunity to build on the long-term success of your relationship.
While there’s no such thing as an “ironclad prenup,” you can take steps to ensure a mutually beneficial and legally sound agreement.
In community property states like California, an equalization payment may be necessary during divorce to ensure a 50/50 division of marital property.
The Uniform Premarital Agreement Act was created to standardize prenup laws across states. Here’s how it affects your California prenup.
In 50/50 divorce states like California, you split your assets evenly with your spouse if you divorce. Here are the implications and how to bypass the policy.
Transparent communication is the most critical underpinning of a successful relationship. Here’s how to improve transparency as a couple.