La Quinta Prenuptial & Postnuptial Agreements Lawyer
Has your fiancée asked you to sign a prenuptial agreement? Have you asked your husband or wife to sign a postnuptial agreement? La Quinta Family Law Attorney Nathan L. Rosenberg has extensive experience protecting clients’ rights with premarital and marital documents.
A legally valid and enforceable Prenuptial Agreement and Postnuptial Agreement will allow for the couple to make decisions and work through possible conflicts in advance of any contentious situation which may occur in the future.
As an experienced Prenuptial Agreements Attorney and Postnuptial Agreements Lawyer, Mr. Rosenberg reviews, drafts, and creates premarital and postmarital agreements. By providing personal, high quality legal representation to each client, he diligently resolves family law issues in a cost-effective and timely manner.
Contact Barrister & Barrister, the Office of La Quinta Family Law Attorney Nathan L. Rosenberg, by calling (760) 777-6600 to schedule a consultation with a leading family law lawyer in this area.
A prenuptial agreement is signed by a couple before the couple is married. A postnuptial agreement is similar to a prenuptial agreement except it is signed after marriage. These agreements address the division of assets when the marriage ends or upon death. If you are looking for a highly qualified La Quinta Prenuptial & Postnuptial Agreements Lawyer to review or draft these documents customized for your circumstances, call Mr. Rosenberg for assistance.
Under California law, absent a valid marital agreement, property acquired during the marriage becomes community property and is considered an asset of both parties. Thus, it is subject to equal division when the marriage ends by divorce.
These agreements may also address the handling of debt within a marriage. If one spouse has accumulated a large debt before the marriage or during the marriage, language can be added to the prenuptial agreement or postnuptial agreement to specify that particular debt is to remain as separate property for that individual.
Additional provisions can be added to address other concerns such as spousal support. Familial obligations, such as child support, cannot be agreed upon in prenuptial and postnuptial documents.
To be valid, the party being asked to obligate themselves to the terms of the marital agreement must seek independent legal counsel. This attorney must review the document and fully inform the obligated spouse as to its terms and provisions. The document must be signed knowingly and voluntarily.
Contact a Skilled Prenuptial & Postnuptial Agreements Lawyer
As a knowledgeable Prenuptial Agreements Lawyer and Postnuptial Agreements Attorney, Mr. Rosenberg understands the challenges facing a wife and husband. He creates marital documents to address areas of potential future conflict. With more than 40 years of experience in family law matters, Mr. Rosenberg will work diligently to preserve and protect your interests.
Contact Prenuptial Agreements Lawyer and Postnuptial Agreements Attorney Nathan L. Rosenberg for assistance in reviewing or drafting any marital agreement. Call our office, or submit your information on our Online Case Evaluation Form. We will contact you for a comprehensive consultation.