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Anthoor Law Group helps couples execute a valid Prenuptial Agreement to fully secure their assets.
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Why Prepare a Prenup Agreement?

Getting married entails much preparation, including setting up the venue, choosing a bridal gown, securing floral arrangements, and many more. A Prenuptial Agreement is probably the last thing on the to-do list. Most couples would not even dare think about getting one.

Many people are still apprehensive about getting a Prenup because it can be perceived as a sign of distrust. But being able to openly discuss your finances is one of the hallmarks of a healthy relationship.

It may not sound romantic, but a Prenup can help open up difficult discussions that may otherwise cause a dent in the marriage much later. Our Bay Area Prenuptial Agreement attorney can help you get acquainted with the process. Contact the team at Anthoor Law Group to book a consultation.

Consult Anthoor Law Group for Your Prenup

Our Bay Area Prenuptial Agreement attorney wants to ensure that every couple understands what constitutes a Prenuptial Agreement. Hence, you will get assistance for the following:

  • Division of Assets and Liabilities
  • Determining Separate Properties
  • Provisions of Spousal Support or Alimony

Why You Should Have a Prenuptial Agreement

Some people might think that having a Prenup is equivalent to anticipating divorce down the road. However, experts believe that getting one may help strengthen a relationship instead. Being open and transparent about income, assets, and liabilities can avoid major misunderstandings in the future. It can also help couples gauge their outlook when it comes to finances, and initiate healthy discussions.

Additionally, it pays to be prepared. Of course, no one enters a marriage with divorce as the first thing on their mind, but the future is never set in stone. Life can be unpredictable. If you still have doubts about getting a Prenup, our Bay Area Prenuptial Agreement attorney can offer a more thorough explanation. Schedule a consultation today to get started.

How a Prenuptial Agreement Attorney Can Help

A Prenuptial Agreement attorney can assist you in creating a valid Prenup. California state laws recognize Prenuptial Agreements as a contract. Hence, there are guidelines and requisites before courts can consider it legally binding. Primarily, the law requires that a Prenup agreement must be in writing and that each party has fully consented to the terms.

Additionally, an attorney must represent each party. The attorneys are not required to be present during the signing of the agreement. Both parties are required to have representation, and the document must be notarized. Aside from the legal requirements for representation, an attorney can also help make the process easier. Our Bay Area Prenuptial Agreement attorney can assist with the paperwork and help review the terms to protect your interests.

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In the Bay Area, you need a legal team that you can trust to represent your interests and protect your rights. The attorneys at Anthoor Law Group give you the following benefits:

  • Fast Action, Avoiding Delays – We provide responsive, solution-oriented service to keep you informed and meet your needs, so you can move forward with your life. Our firm understands how to move through the legal process in a swift and timely manner.
  • We Are Efficient – We promote dignity, fairness, collaboration, and conversation to avoid adversarial interactions among parties.
  • Multilingual Staff – Our attorneys and staff are prepared to work with a diverse set of clients in the Bay Area, and we are members of both the American Bar Association and the Bar Council of India.
  • We Work With Your Future In Mind – Your family and your happiness are at stake, and we want to set you and your loved ones up for a better future.

What Happens If You Do Not Have a Prenup?

If a marriage is dissolved without a Prenuptial Agreement, the assets and liabilities of the couple will be divided according to the law in California.

Since California is a community property state, this means that properties will be split 50/50. This may seem an equitable division, but it could be cumbersome if you have separate business interests and personal savings or retirement accounts.

Having a Prenup can avoid a lengthy contested divorce, saving you time, resources, and additional heartaches in the process.

What Are Terms That Cannot Be Included in a Prenup?

Generally, a Prenuptial Agreement can only include property rights, determination of community and separate assets, and how assets and liabilities will be divided in the event of separation.

Provisions about spousal support could be allowed in certain instances. However, a Prenup cannot include terms regarding custody and child support. To make sure your Prenuptial Agreement follows the requisites under the law, contact our Bay Area Prenuptial Agreement attorney today to schedule a consultation.

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