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Don't overlook the importance of a prenuptial agreement

We recently discussed some common myths about prenuptial agreements. Anyone who is getting married should familiarize themselves with these. You might think that your current financial situation isn't conducive to one of the agreements, but this isn't the type of thinking that is going to protect you. We are here to discuss the benefits of a prenup with you and help you to work through the process of creating one.

3 myths about prenuptial agreements

Prenuptial agreements may not be romantic, but they can set the stage for your marriage by giving you a legal contract that you both understand and agree to. People often forget that marriage is a legal agreement, and they enter into it without thinking about the ramifications. A prenup allows you to do so.

Can I change a prenuptial agreement after marriage?

If you were recently married in California and had a prenuptial agreement created before exchanging your vows it's likely you might need to or want to edit this agreement down the road. There are changes that happen in life that could lead to this necessity. The question here is key: Can you change the prenuptial agreement after marriage? The simple answer is yes. Let's take a better look at this issue.

What do I have to disclose when creating a prenup?

Are you planning a wedding in Orange, California? If so, you've likely got a lot on your mind. It's important that you sit down with your future spouse and talk openly and honestly about the expectations for marriage. You should also discuss the signing of a prenuptial agreement. You don't want to find yourself in a difficult situation should the marriage end in divorce. So, what needs to be disclosed when creating a prenuptial agreement?

Plan the terms of the prenuptial agreement carefully

When a couple gets engaged, they often have long conversations about what life will be like when they get married. One thing that they might not discuss much, if at all, is what might happen if they get divorced. This difficult topic is one that should be approached with care so that you can come up with a plan.

Prenuptial agreements can get your marriage off to a good start

Prenuptial agreements serve an important purpose for anyone who is getting married. Contrary to popular belief, you don't have to be wealthy to benefit from a prenuptial agreement. Even if you are young and don't have a lot of money or assets, you might still find that a prenup can help you.

Use a prenuptial agreement as a tool to strengthen your marriage

The prenuptial agreement is something that is often misunderstood. Some people think of it as something that you only ask for if you think the marriage is doomed. The truth is that a prenup is a valuable tool that can set the stage for your financial future as a married couple.

Deciding if you need a prenuptial agreement in California

Figuring out if you need a prenuptial agreement is never easy. You've likely heard horror stories from some family members and friends who have gone through a divorce without one. These stories could scare you into getting a prenup without considering whether or not you really need one. Let's look at some factors that can help you decide if you need this legal document for your marriage in California.