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Pre-Marital and Post-Nuptial Agreements

Under California law parties can enter a contract before or after their marriage which spells out or limits their respective interests in community property and the separate property of the other party. These are commonly called prenuptial agreements or premarital agreements. The benefit of such agreements is that if they are properly drafted and enforceable, there are less issues to be disputed and litigated in the event of divorce. Since there are specific criteria for the drafting of such agreements so that they are enforceable, in entering a premarital or prenuptial agreement the party seeking such agreement must have an experienced and skilled attorney representing them in this process.

The attorneys of Brot and Gross have experience in drafting numerous prenuptial, premarital and postnuptial agreements, often in representing high net worth clients who are seeking to reduce the risk of litigation in the event of a divorce.

Also under California law, parties to such agreements can address, limit, or even waive (in appropriate circumstances) the right to spousal support upon a dissolution of marriage.

Often circumstances arise after marriage in which the parties want to define or limit their respective interests in community property and the separate property of the other party. Such parties often enter these types of agreement which are commonly called post-nuptial agreements.

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