Sacramento Divorce Lawyer Marital Agreement is Outta Here!

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A marital property agreement, also known as a post-nuptial agreement, is an interspousal agreement, executed during an intact marriage, that affects marital rights and obligations. The Family Code specifically permits spouses to alter the property rights of husband and wife prescribed by statute through the use of a marital property agreement. Essentially, a marital property agreement can change the character of property. This can be a very powerful tool. But, as with any other legal agreement, the marital agreement also must comply with general contract law, i.e., it must be the product of the free, mutual consent of the parties, communicated by each to the other.

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