Can My Fiancé’s Parents Make Me Sign a Prenuptial Agreement in CA?

In modern times, more and more couples are turning to prenuptial agreements before marriage to help protect their assets from a potential future divorce. While for many, prenuptial agreements are useful, safe, and honest, this is not always the case. Sometimes, if an individual has a share in, or contributes…
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5 Reasons to Consider Drafting a Prenuptial Agreement in California

If you are not yet married, you may consider drafting a prenuptial agreement with your future spouse. These agreements are incredibly useful tools for people from all walks of life. Please continue reading and speak with our Los Angeles divorce attorney to learn more about some of the reasons why…
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What is the Difference Between Marital Property & Separate Property?

When spouses get divorced, one of their top priorities is often protecting the property that is rightfully theirs. In many cases, courts will break their property down into two primary categories: marital property and separate property. If you are currently about to enter the divorce process, you are most likely…
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How Can I Protect My Business From a Divorce in California?

If you are a business owner in California, there are most likely very few things more important than your business, as you started it and built it from the ground up. That being said, you are most likely looking to protect your business from a future potential divorce. Please continue…
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What You Need to Know About Dividing High-Value Items in CA Divorce

If you are a divorcing couple and you have various high-value items, such as luxury cars, antique furniture, antique coins, jewelry, or any other high-value item, you may find yourself in disagreement with your spouse about who is entitled to which assets. Unfortunately, issues of this nature are oftentimes very…
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What You Need to Know About Prenuptial Agreements in California

Prenuptial agreements are more popular now than ever, and for good reason. There is no longer a stigma attached to drafting them, and if you are a high net-worth individual and plan on getting married, drafting such an agreement is one of the wisest things you can do. Please continue…
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