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Prenuptial Agreement Services in California

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With a prenuptial agreement, you and your partner start your marriage on solid footing, giving you peace of mind and control of your future.

Cost-effective and transparent.

Traditional prenups can cost up to $10k per partner. First eliminates pricey lawyer retainers and hourly fees.

Simplified prenup process for the modern marriage.

Prenups are on the rise as couples are waiting longer to get married and accumulating more assets along the way — and these couples are used to online, streamlined processes to get things done.

Control of your financial future.

When you and your partner tie the knot, state laws will determine how your finances are treated. Unless you draft your own prenup — then you get to decide.


What is a prenuptial agreement, and why should I consider getting one?

A prenuptial agreement, or ``prenup,`` is a legal contract entered into by a couple before marriage that outlines the division of assets, debts, and financial responsibilities in the event of divorce or death. You should consider getting a prenup to protect individual assets, clarify financial rights and responsibilities, and avoid potential conflicts and costly legal battles in the future.

What can be included in a prenuptial agreement?

A prenuptial agreement can include terms regarding the division of property, spousal support, debt allocation, and financial responsibilities during the marriage. It can also address specific concerns such as business interests, inheritance rights, and the handling of premarital assets. However, it cannot include terms related to child custody or support, as these are determined by the court based on the child's best interests.

How do we ensure that our prenuptial agreement is legally binding?

To ensure that your prenuptial agreement is legally binding, both parties must fully disclose their assets and liabilities, and the agreement must be in writing, signed by both parties, and executed voluntarily without any coercion. Additionally, it is recommended that each party consults with independent legal counsel to review the terms of the agreement before signing, ensuring that it is fair and equitable.

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“Nobody has reframed the emotional experience of getting a prenup like First. Our prenup forced us to talk about things that could have fractured our marriage down the road.” – Jamie

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Disclaimer: Michael Aurit is a legal advisor to First and the owner of The Aurit Center. The links contained within this post are affiliate links and First receives a % of any packages purchased through these links.