My question involves a marriage in the state of:CA
My wife and I recently celebrated our 1 yr wedding anniversary. I own a business as an LLC formed prior to us getting married, would it be advisable to also file a post-nuptial as well? Before the LLC I ran the biz independently for 7 years as a sole prop, but formed the LLC with the assistance of a lawyer to protect myself.
I'm the only member on the LLC (formed in CA) and my wife does help out with admin tasks (eg. paper work, occasional graphic design, etc), but I run the other 98% of my now (almost 10 yr) technical consulting business.
We have no kids and I (or we) don't own any major assets (no house, etc).
Lastly, I'm aware that pre/post-nuptial agreements typically require some sort of 'consideration' to be valid. In my case, I will be sponsoring my wife (as US citizen) in the next month and figured this would be the proper grounds on which to base this should this issue arise.