The Time To Protect Your Wealth Is Before the Wedding
If you are considering entering into a marriage or domestic partnership, protecting your personal assets is the responsible thing to do for your children and the heirs to your estate. Prenuptial agreements are a staple of our practice. Unfortunately, many people don’t understand the consequences of community property law in California. Prenuptial agreements can protect the characterization of an estate if a party wishes to retain the separate characterization of assets. Consequently, premarital agreements and even post-nuptial agreements must be clearly worded to protect the assets of the parties.
Judges often consider the time in which a prenuptial agreement was executed.
A poorly crafted prenup signed a few weeks before the wedding is likely to be looked at with suspicion. Prenuptial agreements take time to complete. Six months or more is not unusual.
Meyer, Olson, Lowy & Meyers is ready to help you protect your personal assets. We have been advising and representing clients of high-net worth for more than 20 years. We understand the language that judges expect to see in prenuptial agreements, and we know how to avoid the pitfalls that often lead to costly litigation in the event of a divorce. We know what you can and can’t do with prenuptial agreements.
Our attorneys are experienced, discreet and responsive to your personal needs and take the extra measures to ensure that you are kept fully informed about your decisions. We work with many of the most successful entertainers, executives and professionals in California.