Let's assume this hypothetical scenario where:
- to-be husband does not want to enter marriage without prenup agreement that clearly ensures separate property; AND
- to-be wife does not want to have children unless they are married without a prenup.
So as "middle path" to-be husband offers to guarantee 100K one-time payment for each biological child in case they get divorced (payable at the time of divorce). To-be wife find such offer compelling too.
Can something like this be legally realized with a prenup agreement in California?
Would such offer be constructed as incentive for to-be wife to file divorce? Hence deemed unenforceable? Also, this one time payment would not be intended as waiver for child support, but rather as something extra. Can such offer be constructed as waiver for alimony?