When to Challenge a Prenup

A prenuptial (or premarital) agreement is a legally binding contract that a couple will establish prior to marrying and comes into effect once they tie the knot. Prenuptial agreements can specify how present and future financial assets, investments, property and money will be divided, should the pair divorce. Under certain circumstances, the specifications of the prenuptial agreement may be adjusted and, in some instances, the entire prenuptial agreement can be deemed invalid. Continue reading “When to Challenge a Prenup”