Southern California Prenuptial And Post-Nuptial Agreement Lawyers

Prenuptial and post-nuptial agreements are established between spouses as a way for each of them to protect their separate property rights in the event of a divorce. These agreements can also be used to delineate such considerations as spousal support and how each spouse's separate property should be distributed should either of them pass away.

Both agreements serve the same purpose. The only difference is that the prenuptial agreement is executed prior to the wedding and the post-nuptial agreement is executed after the wedding has taken place. These agreements can provide important protections to the spouses and save them a considerable amount of time and money if they get divorced.

Thorough Representation In Premarital And Postmarital Agreement Matters

Whether you are considering having a premarital agreement prepared or your future spouse has already presented you with one, it is important that you have a qualified family law attorney representing you. At Simpson | Cawelti LLP, we have experience in the drafting, review and litigation of premarital and post-marital agreements.

The language used in these agreements is extremely important, and there needs to be no room for interpretation in the event that one is ever challenged. We write our agreements using the most ironclad language possible. When we are called upon to review an agreement, we point out any terms that could leave you vulnerable in the future. When appropriate, we are fully prepared to help you negotiate new terms.

Contact Simpson | Cawelti LLP About Your Needs

If you have questions about prenuptial or post-nuptial agreements, contact our Glendale, California, office to schedule an initial consultation with a lawyer. You can reach us by phone at 818-254-8304 for an appointment.