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For the Prenuptial Agreement does it matter if both side of the party have the
same address? Is there a specific paper to use for the agreement?
Asked on January 23, 2017 under Family Law, California
SJZ, Member, New York Bar / FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney
Answered 6 years ago | Contributor
No, having the same address does not impact the validity of the agreement at all (though you may wish to address, so to speak, in the agreement who gets to remain and who leaves in the event of a later divorce). There is no court mandated form, but you can find samples or templates online; however, because of the importance of such an agreement, it is recommended that you hire a family law attorney to draft it up (ideally, you'd each have your own lawyer, to make sure that each of your interests is adequately taken care of). If it's worth having a pre-nup, it's worth making sure it's done right.
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