Orange County Prenuptial Agreement Lawyers
There are many reasons why individuals seek a prenuptial agreement. Many have substantial wealth they wish to protect. Others are entering into their second or third marriage and want to ensure that children from a previous union are taken care of. And some are rising entrepreneurs who want to safeguard their businesses and business partners. Regardless of your specific reasons, the law firm of Rosen & Rosen, LLP, can help.
We have created a significant number of prenuptial agreements for past clients. We understand the strict requirements that must be met for a prenup to be legally binding should a divorce occur down the road. Our contracts are airtight, using clear and enforceable language.
Our legal team also knows that a prenuptial agreement can be a highly sensitive subject among spouses and additional family members. Our Orange County prenuptial agreement lawyers provide respectful service to all involved parties, and work to find solutions that protect our clients and benefit their upcoming unions.
Planning a wedding can be a stressful and busy time. We recommend that you contact our law firm as soon as possible after your engagement. With advanced planning, we can address any issues that arise well in advance of your special day.
Due to the nature of premarital contracts, our law firm can only represent one party in the creation of these agreements. It is recommended that your future spouse retain his or her own lawyer.
Sometimes, it isn’t until after the marriage that a couple realizes the need for a legal marriage agreement. If your wedding day has passed, and you or your spouse wishes to create a postnuptial contract, our law firm can help.
There is no need for alarm when creating a postnuptial agreement. These can be quite common and tend to give spouses peace of mind, not cause for concern. We have created numerous post-marital agreements for a wide range of reasons, including:
- Designation of community versus separate property
- Protecting a personal inheritance
- To legally document, in writing, a previous verbal agreement
As your attorneys, we will ensure you fully understand your rights and what you are signing. As with prenuptial agreements, both parties must have separate legal counsel. We can create your postnup, or act as counsel if your spouse’s lawyer has already drafted the document.
Newport Beach Postnuptial Agreement Lawyer
Whether you need to create a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement, Rosen & Rosen, LLP, can help. Contact our office and speak with one of our knowledgeable Orange, California, family law attorneys.
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