Couples have an obsession with getting married and then figuring things out. If, indeed, there are things to figure out, don’t get married yet! It seems simple enough.
I’ve touted the essential benefits of prenuptial agreements, so here, we’ll unravel common pitfalls I’ve seen clients fall into when getting a prenup.
Find out how more prenups mean less money for family lawyers who are hungry for divorce revenue.
We’re not saying you shouldn’t have your dream wedding, but we believe it’s just as, if not more, important to devote resources to preparing for your marriage as you embark on a lifelong journey with your partner.
Here’s the thing—even if you don’t write a custom prenup, California has a prenup for you anyway—it’s California law and it’s what you and your partner agree to when signing your marriage contract with the state.
Let’s unpack how not getting a prenup could end up being a costly mistake and impact your financial, emotional, and mental well-being down the line.
Millennials are using prenuptial agreements to plan various aspects of their marriage including social media and even pets. They’re doing so as a result of directly addressing realities that are relevant to their era that weren’t around before.
Before you freak out, understand that this can be an opportunity to have tough, but rewarding and revealing talks with your partner. We’ll walk you through what to expect in this article.
With a clear understanding of the legal and financial aspects, you and your spouse enable yourselves to achieve long-term success in marriage.
Educating yourself on how finances are handled now will set you and your partner up for a successful marriage after you tie the knot. In this blog post, we take a closer look at California’s application of community property law.