Prenuptial

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In today’s post and a subsequent one, we’re going to talk about premarital and prenuptial agreements in California. The Uniformed Premarital Agreement Act (UPAA) creates the scaffolding for prenuptial agreements. If you want to “dig deep” into the law, check out California Family Code Statutes 1600–1617.   Let’s examine these laws in greater detail.   […]

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Here are three more tips about how to create a workable, respectable prenuptial agreement. 4. Get your worries and concerns out on the table. One thing that builds enduring relationships is straightforwardness. If you don’t feel comfortable talking with your soon-to-be-spouse about money now, you might never be comfortable. Voice your concerns, and hear his […]

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Whether you’re an heiress to a small fortune or a successful entrepreneur, you want to protect your rights and property, before you tie the knot with your beloved. But having the “prenuptial conversation” can be challenging, even if you love and trust your fiancée, and even if the two of you can communicate openly about […]

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