Assistance Drafting And Enforcing Prenuptial And Postnuptial Agreements
Prenuptial and postnuptial agreements provide individuals and married couples a way of protecting assets and defining ownership rights outside of the confines of community property laws. A prenuptial agreement is prepared and signed by both parties prior to the marriage. It takes effect upon the marriage. A postnuptial agreement is drafted and signed by both parties during the marriage. It is generally an agreement that is not entered into in anticipation of a divorce but rather an agreement through which married persons want to define their rights in certain property.
The Role A Prenuptial Or Postnuptial Agreement Plays In Divorce
In addition to the ability to clarify each spouse’s financial responsibility during marriage, a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement can make the divorce process easier by laying out what each partner’s property rights will be after the divorce as well as provide protection from the other spouse’s pre-marriage debts.
As a Certified Marin County Family Law Specialist, attorney Rachel Castrejon has a wealth of experience in drafting both prenuptial and postnuptial agreements, and she fully understands the complexity of California property division laws. She can explain the law and your rights, as well as guide you through any legal issue that should arise.
Her more than 20 years of family law experience will ensure your prenuptial and postnuptial agreement takes into account all current and future assets and debts so that in the event of a divorce, the division of your property will be fair.
Reach Out To Rachel
Whether you’re ready to draft a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement or simply need more information, Rachel Castrejon Attorney at Law can help. If you would like to schedule a meeting with attorney Rachel Castrejon to discuss your situation, simply call her San Rafael office at 415-482-0441 or send her an email using this online contact form.