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Most people view prenuptial agreements in a negative light, but they can, in fact, be quite beneficial to both parties. In some cases, they can even lead to a happier marriage. At the Morris Law Firm, we bring over two decades of experience and insight to help couples create an agreement that protects both their interests and assets.

Prenuptial agreements are agreements entered into before marriage. Prenuptial agreements reflect the intentions of both parties after full disclosure, and typically involve the division of property and support (alimony) obligations with respect to each party in the event of a divorce.

How a Prenuptial Agreement Can Be Helpful

Oftentimes, especially if a good situation turns bad, issues regarding property division, child custody, asset and debt distribution, and child support obligations can make a bad situation worse. A prenuptial agreement helps both parties to know exactly — or have a very good idea — of what would happen if the marriage doesn't work, thereby avoiding any anxiety during temporary marital spats.

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A prenuptial agreement is also an optimal instrument for protecting an individual who has significant property or assets. Most people understand that events can change; people can discover they are not as compatible as they first thought, or couples can sometimes drift off in different directions.

A prenuptial agreement can help protect your assets in the event that a marriage doesn't work out. For many individuals, this is extremely important if they have children from a previous marriage. Post-nuptial agreements function very similarly to prenuptial agreements, except they are entered into after the marriage.

Experienced in Prenuptial Agreement Litigation

Typically, one recurring issue in this type of litigation is whether adequate disclosure was provided, i.e., did the contesting party receive full disclosure before entering into the prenuptial agreement? When push-comes-to-shove, it is important to have an attorney by your side who has experience actually litigating these types of cases.

Our lawyer has extensive experience representing men and women in litigation involving a prenuptial agreement or post-nuptial agreement. Please do not hesitate to Attorney Charles J. Morris when you are ready.

To discuss obtaining a prenuptial or post-nuptial agreement or a divorce involving a prenuptial or post-nuptial agreement call us at (626) 914-2791 today.