Prenuptial agreements are used for couples who wish to establish financial properties and rights with their spouse before they get married in the unfortunate event of a divorce. At The Law Office of James R. Jones, JR., P.A., we believe prenuptial agreements can be a great tool in setting up ones rights and obligations. If you feel a prenuptial agreement is right for your relationship, it is important to look to our legal guidance to ensure your document is valid. Below we discuss reasons why a prenuptial could be considered invalid.
- A prenuptial agreement must be in writing for it to be valid in court.
- Both parties must sign the agreement before the wedding for it to be considered valid.
- A prenuptial agreement may be considered unenforceable if one spouse did not read the agreement in its entirety. In addition, if a spouse is pressured to sign a prenuptial, this could cause your agreement to be invalid.
- There must be time for consideration when signing a prenuptial agreement. For example, a spouse cannot surprise their partner with an agreement on the day of the wedding. This would most likely result in your agreement being
There are many other reasons that could constitute your prenuptial agreement to be unenforceable. Look to our family law in Pasco County, FL if you have any questions regarding your agreement. Contact us today at (352) 683-0234 to schedule a free consultation.