Pre-Nuptial and Post-Nuptial Agreements
Pre-nuptial agreements or post-nuptial agreements may have drafting validity issues. There are certain evidentiary presumptions that apply to these agreements. Pre-Nuptial and/or Post-Nuptial agreements have presumptions that are rebuttable and may be ruled invalid or partially invalid. Divorce court judges are often called to rule on the validity of these agreements. There are several elements that may lead to these type of agreements being stricken by the court.
Brown|Dahan has extensive expertise in preparing pre-nuptial/post-nuptial agreements to ensure their validity in California court, as well as litigating poorly drafted or fraudulently signed agreements.
These matters are highly complex, so couples seeking divorce should seek experienced legal counsel right away. Because divorce courts can determine how assets are divided, an experienced divorce lawyer can help you understand the process and ensure that your rights and finances are duly safeguarded during the process. We invite you to contact the divorce lawyers at Brown|Dahan to discuss your situation.
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