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Prenuptial & Postnuptial Agreements in Orange County California



Whether you are getting married and need an experienced attorney to draft or review a prenuptial agreement or are already married and want to obtain information about executing a postnuptial agreement, contact Orange County Divorce Lawyer Robert Glasser at 949-752-2727.

Prenuptial & Postnuptial Agreements in Orange County California

A Prenuptial Agreement (prenup) is a contract between couples in contemplation of marriage that outlines the details of property ownership should the marriage end in divorce, and in some instances death. Postnuptial Agreements are similar to prenups, however they are executed after marriage. These contractual agreements can also be upheld between couples who have entered into Domestic Partnerships.


While the terms and content can vary greatly, prenuptial agreements typically address separate property ownership, future earnings from separate or joint business ventures, division of assets and property acquired during the course of the marriage, and spousal support in the event the marriage ends. Although marital agreements may be used to address property interests and the division of assets, California law prohibits the use of prenuptial or postnuptial agreements to determine issues of child support or child custody.

Orange County Prenuptial & Postnuptial Agreement Lawyer

Welcome to The Family Family Law Offices of Orange County Divorce Attorney Robert Glasser. A skilled legal practitioner who has been dedicated solely to the vigorous representation of Family Law clients since 1972, Mr. Glasser isOrange County Prenuptial Attorney Robert Glasser a peer honored AV rated divorce attorney armed with over 40 years’ experience and knowledge.


Prenuptial and postnuptial agreements can protect everyone’s assets and provide protection in case your marriage or domestic partnership comes to an end. Orange County Prenuptial & Postnuptial Agreement Lawyer Robert Glasser can help you draft or review a comprehensive and enforceable marital or domestic partnership agreement.


Marital & Domestic Partnership Agreements are only enforceable if they have been properly executed in accordance with state law and all parties have provided each other with a complete and accurate disclosure of assets and debts. Failure to disclose crucial financial information may result in your premarital or postmarital agreement being declared void.


Orange County Divorce & Family Law Attorney Robert Glasser has been drafting, revising and reviewing premarital and postmarital agreements for more than 40 years. A seasoned and respected lawyer who represents parties in a wide variety of complex family law matters, Mr. Glasser has the experience and knowledge you need when making decisions that may have a long-lasting impact on your financial security.

Contact Orange County Marital Agreement Attorney Robert Glasser

At the Law Offices of Orange County Marital Agreement Attorney Robert Glasser, our primary goal is to educate our clients so that they can make informed decisions with respect to all family law issues. If you are thinking about drafting or signing a premarital or postmarital agreement, contact us. Call 949-752-2727 or use email.




Mr. Glasser has devoted his practice to family law since 1972. Robert possesses the knowledge you need to ensure that your rights are protected under the terms of any marital agreements.