Prenuptial Agreement Lawyers in Irvine
Protecting Clients’ Rights, Assets & Best Interests across Orange County
The Neshanian Law Firm, Inc has been providing skilled legal counsel and representation to clients in a broad range of family law issues, including reviewing and drafting prenuptial agreements, since 2005.
A Certified Family Law Specialist by The State Bar of California Board of Legal Specialization, Attorney Amy Neshanian possesses extensive experience assisting clients with their prenuptial agreements (signed prior to marriage) and postnuptial agreements (signed after the marriage has taken place).
Whether you need a knowledgeable family law attorney to draft a marital agreement or to review a marital agreement prior to obligating yourself to its terms and clauses within, contact Irvine prenuptial agreement attorney Amy Neshanian to schedule a comprehensive, in-office consultation.
Centrally located in Irvine, The Neshanian Law Firm, Inc represents clients who live throughout Orange County. Call (949) 577-7935 to learn how we can preserve and protect your interests.
Prenuptial Agreement Attorneys in Irvine
A prenuptial agreement is a contract between two parties which is signed prior to entering into marriage, and it sets forth with specificity which assets will be classified as separate property and marital property, as well as how the assets will be divided upon divorce and, in some instances, death.
The obligated party must obtain legal advice from an independent attorney regarding the terms of the prenuptial agreement. Failure to do so will result in the agreement being invalidated by the courts.
Irvine prenuptial agreement attorney Amy Neshanian not only drafts prenuptial agreements and postnuptial agreements on behalf of the party seeking protection, but she also reviews marital agreements on behalf of the party who is to be bound by the terms of the agreement.
Prenuptial agreements will be deemed valid by the court unless the moving party is able to successfully demonstrate to the court’s satisfaction that it was signed under duress, or the other party failed to fully disclose the extent of their assets.
While marital agreements may set forth terms pertaining to spousal support, under California law, any clauses pertaining to child support will be deemed invalid as going against public policy.
Call The Neshanian Law Firm, Inc Today for a Consultation
If you are getting married and need an experienced professional to draft a prenuptial agreement on your behalf, or if you have been asked by your future or current spouse to sign a marital agreement, contact The Neshanian Law Firm, Inc and Irvine prenuptial agreement attorney Amy Neshanian at (949) 577-7935 to make an appointment for a confidential legal consultation and in-depth case analysis.