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You don’t have to sign an Agreement before you get married. Married people are free to sign a Postnuptial Agreement anytime they want. There are various reasons for doing so. One of the most common is a Separation Agreement. Married people can divide their assets and debts however they want. The presumption of Community Property applies no matter how the property is titled.
So, married people could create Separate Property Trusts and fund them with the property that they intend to be theirs after the divorce. This can reduce anxiety and give a sense of control that common assets don’t.