If you get married without a premarital agreement, it doesn't mean that you do not have one. It actually means you are just opting into the default rules of the California Family Code, among other default state and federal laws.
California law makes have tried their best to write a set of rules and laws that are the best fit for the most people. However, this doesn't always mean it is the best for you and the family you. Premarital and post marital agreements are a way for couples to set up the marriage in a way that is the best fit for them.
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