Yasha Rahimzadeh

I am a Sacramento native, now living in the Bay Area. In 2003, I earned my law degree from University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law, and over

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Can a prenuptial agreement change community property law?

I am engaged to be married and want to know whether a prenuptial agreement can protect me from community property laws. After I marry, my spouse and I will live in Sacramento, and I know California abides by community property law. I have more property than my fiancée and I want to invest in additional rental properties. I want those properties to remain with me if we were to divorce, but what I’ve read about community property says if I buy properties while married, my wife has a 50% interest. Are prenuptials legal in California and can I use one to protect future properties I might buy? Also, I am a native Farsi speaker and want a lawyer who speaks Farsi to represent me if I do need a lawyer.
Published on 03/08/21
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