Zeppy Attashian, Attorney at Law
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Find out about the importance of pre-divorce planning. We can help you to minimize the costs of divorce We work to see that you receive proper guidance throughout the process of your case.
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Adoption
Child Custody
Child Support
Child Visitation
Collaborative Law
Divorce
Domestic Partnerships
Enforcement of Child Custody
Grandparents' Rights
Guardianships
Legal Separation
Modification of Child Custody
Modification of Child Support
Modification of Spousal Support
Paternity
Pre / Postnuptial Agreements
Restraining Orders
Spousal Support

Fresno Prenuptial & Postnuptial Agreement Attorney

Find Out if You Need One

When it comes to your assets and other interests, you will want to do everything you can to protect them in the event that your marriage dissolves. In the case of divorce, a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement can be used to protect your rights and make the process much simpler. At Zeppy Attashian, Attorney At Law, I am a trained lawyer who understands the laws governing divorce and how these agreements can be used to safeguard your interests. Feel free to speak with a Fresno divorce attorney if you have any questions regarding this issue.

Prenuptial Agreement
A prenuptial, or premarital agreement, can prepare you for divorce even before the marriage begins. If this agreement was set in place before the marriage, financial issues can be discussed and resolved in a manner that avoids a substantial amount of disagreement. In the case of divorce, litigation can be avoided if the premarital agreement is in place. For those who cannot afford the financial jeopardy that marriage places them in, this legal process can protect them from the associated risk. If there are children from a previous marriage, the agreement can protect the child's inheritance in the case of his or her death.

Postnuptial Agreement
A postnuptial agreement is similar to a prenuptial agreement but it is executed after the couple has already wedded. It is a contract between spouses that contains provisions on how property and income will be divided in the case of divorce. These agreements are beneficial for those whose financial situations have changed since being married and they feel the need to protect it if divorce occurs in the future. An attorney from my firm can discuss this in greater depth with you and help you know whether it is right for you!