The Uniform Premarital Agreement Act encourages the enforcement of prenuptial agreements. A prenuptial agreement is a contract between the parties that is agreed upon, in writing, and under oath prior to the marriage. The financial condition of the parties, and full and fair disclosure of each party’s assets must occur for a prenuptial agreement to be valid. Further, the parties must have the mental capacity to enter into a prenuptial agreement. A prenuptial agreement is a simple and effective process that protects each spouse and their assets in the event that a divorce occurs after the marriage is formed.
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