Prenuptial Agreements in Los Angeles

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A prenuptial agreement can protect your assets, finances, and business interests in the event that your marriage ends. As a Los Angeles prenuptial attorney, Charles M. Green can guide you through the process of negotiating and preparing this document.

The Law Offices of Charles M. Green helps clients understand their options and establish an agreement that will be acceptable to the parties. Mr. Green is a specialist in family law, an experienced attorney, and a professional with a background in finance and accounting. Learn about his work and how he can support your goals.

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Do I Need a Prenuptial Agreement?

Like most people, you want to preserve the happiness you and your future spouse feel entering into marriage. However, if you have valuable assets, you should understand the risk they face and how you can secure them.

A prenuptial agreement is a document that outlines protections and expectations for your assets. It supersedes family code law and states how these assets will be treated in a divorce. Without a prenuptial agreement, you will have little control over how your assets are treated beyond what family code law permits.

It is necessary to be realistic about the potential outcome of any relationship, no matter how well-intentioned and strong it may begin. The decision to create a prenuptial agreement is a personal one, but now is the time to make it. The Law Offices of Charles M. Green can help you to explore your options (Note: if you are already married, you may want to review postnuptial agreements.)

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How a Prenuptial Agreement Works

As your attorney, Charles M. Green will help you characterize assets and define rights in the event you need to divide property. The prenuptial agreement can also outline how you will handle spousal support.

Prenuptial agreements, whether for first or second marriages, set expectations for you and your future spouse. You may have interests in a family business or ownership interests in properties and assets that you want to protect no matter what. Our practice will negotiate an agreement that recognizes both parties’ needs while still safeguarding these interests.

To learn more about our work with prenuptial agreements, get in touch with the Law Offices of Charles M. Green.


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