They Don’t Draw Themselves To Child Support Issues
Many spouses when and finalizing their prenuptial agreements tend to believe that they can address the custody and child support issues into the agreements. However, that is entirely false and many states, such as California, prohibits such action be taken when writing the agreement.
No Agreement means Community Property
During the process of writing and addressing the prenuptial agreement, there are benefits provided to many people. Spouses, be it with children or not, business owners or those with a career occupation are more of the common benefactors of the prenuptial agreement. There are also those that during the writing of the contract that they prefer to keep their finance separate in the event a divorce was to occur in their marriage.
As stated before, if there is no prenuptial agreement involved in a marriage, then the assets that aren’t considered separate properties become community properties and more legal action need to be taken to address who owns the property in the end.
Despite the notion that when one marries another, they believe that their love will prosper for a long amount of time. Though that would be the case overall, there is the factor that people change over time and would want to settle things in a more efficient and legal manner. What these agreements can do is alleviate the stress, financial loss, and overall suffering of both parties, and in order to do so, they need to be written by well-experienced attorneys.
Farbod Majd Esq.
Divorce Attorney w/ offices in Beverly Hills/Los Angeles
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