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Why did a judge throw out my friend's prenuptial agreement?

Some of your friends going through a divorce may have had prenuptial agreements. When a judge throws one out, it can be especially concerning if you have one too. All of a sudden, you are wondering: "Would my agreement hold up? Should I see if I need a postnuptial agreement for changes?"

2 times to alter a prenuptial agreement

A prenuptial agreement is a document both spouses sign stating how to divide certain assets in the event the marriage ends in divorce. Many spouses want these documents to protect their money and property, but there have been plenty of instances when a court overturned a prenup because it did not meet the court's standard of quality. 

Key factors about the prenuptial process

Whether or not to arrange a prenuptial agreement is a common discussion amongst couples and those getting engaged. In some cases, even married couples decide to create them. Though some individuals consider it to be taboo, there are those who recognize a prenup as a way to gauge and mold marital expectations, as well as legal financial protection. If you are considering a prenuptial agreement, there are a few key factors to keep in mind.

Questions to ask before making changes to child custody orders

Custody and visitation decisions during a divorce can be difficult. Once a custody agreement is in place, making changes to the child’s permanent residence can be even more challenging. However, the circumstances of either parent may change, as well as the child’s needs, and the decision may be necessary. Until a parent demonstrates otherwise, the court presumes that the final orders are correct, based on the information available to the judge at the time. To make a modification to a child custody order, the court has a two-pronged test. 

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