Prenup Lawyers in Orange County
Protect Your Future & Current Assets Today!
Before entering into a marriage, it is important to make sure that your best interests will be looked after should you decide to end your relationship. Having an earnest and fair discussion with your spouse and entering into a prenuptial agreement is a route many couples choose to help determine possession of important assets ahead of time. This can help ensure a less-stressful divorce process.
If you need assistance drafting and completing a prenuptial agreement, look no further that Alternative Divorce Solutions. Our Orange County prenup attorney has assisted couples around Southern California for many years, and has earned several prestigious awards, including being named one of OC Metro Magazine’s Top 100 Attorneys for Orange County in 2014.
Who Uses a Prenuptial Agreement?
While prenuptial agreements are becoming more widely-used across couples with a wider variety of circumstances, it is most common for couples to opt to sign an agreement when one or both spouses enters into the relationship with a significant number of assets to their name. By mediating and deciding possession of particular assets ahead of time, couples can avoid a complicated litigation process and maintain possession of the assets which belonged entirely to them beforehand.
Prenuptial agreements can be used to protect possessions, such as:
- Financial assets
- Real estate
- Intellectual property
Prenuptial agreements can also be used by couples who are entering into the relationship with children from a previous marriage. This allows parents to protect the best interests of their children and their family should this second marriage choose to dissolve as well. It can also create provisions for caring for the child should the couple wish to dissolve their relationship.
If you need assistance with a prenuptial agreement, contact Alternative Divorce Solutions and get assistance with negotiating and drafting to protect your interests.
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