A prenuptial agreement is an important legal document. A prenuptial agreement, or premarital agreement, is a contract made between prospective spouses that takes effect upon marriage.
A typical prenuptial agreement (premarital agreement) may contract for a predetermined division of assets, arrangement of alimony or other support, and/or allocation of attorney's fees associated with the termination of marriage.
A prenuptial agreement (premarital agreement) must be in writing, contain a full disclosure of assets before the marriage, and be signed by both husband and wife.
Prenuptial Agreements are valid in all 50 states and the District of Columbia.
Tuesday, 06 April 2010 05:13
Prenuptial AgreementWritten by Rizwan Butt
Published in Divorce Law
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