Marital Property Agreements

Similar to a prenuptial agreement, a martial property agreement can help you divide property during your marriage. If you are not ready for a divorce, if you are separated or for some other reason, you and your spouse wish to divide certain property interests, a marital property agreement can help you enforce your rights to property and prepare for the future.

Attorney Karen H. Beckman drafts, negotiates and reviews marital property agreements for spouses who wish to divide property interests prior to divorce. She provides personalized and attentive family law and divorce advice.

To discuss your concerns with a marital property agreement attorney, call The Law Office of Karen H. Beckman in Orange County at 714-730-9771 to schedule a consultation. You may also contact the firm online.

Creating Comprehensive Marital Property Agreements

A marital property agreement is very similar to a prenuptial agreement and can have the same effect on your property and alimony rights if you get a divorce. However, there are certain legal requirements for a prenuptial agreement, such as deadlines, that are not necessary when creating a marital property agreement. As a result, it is simpler to create an agreement while you are married.

Attorney Karen Beckman can assist you in creating a comprehensive marital property agreement that divides all types of community property such as:

  • Financial accounts
  • Stocks and stock options
  • Personal property
  • Retirement assets such as a Roth IRA or 401(k)
  • Real estate
  • Trust interests

A marital property agreement can also include provisions on alimony or spousal support. By setting down your plan for the future today, you can simplify a divorce in the future.

Consult With An Attorney Today

To schedule an appointment, please call 714-730-9771 or contact the firm online.