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A prenuptial agreement is a contract between two individuals who are about to get married, outlining the state of finances and personal liabilities in case the marriage fails.
If you don't make a pre-nuptial agreement, your state's laws determine who owns the property that you acquire during your marriage, as well as what happens to that property at divorce or death.
The agreement will be effective as soon as both the spouses sign it.
May be, but the agreement is generally grounded on realism rather than on trust. For older couples who are marrying second time, the parties simply want to protect their children, but for the younger couples, they simply feel that a prenuptial will save expense later if the marriage does not work out.
The validity of a Pre-Nuptial Agreement depends on the state where you live. Broadly speaking, the closer to the wedding date the prenuptial was signed, the greater than danger that it will not be upheld.
A Judge may conduct a trial on the issue, or may read sworn statements concerning the agreement. Decisions are based on which side the Judge believes, as well as a consideration of the law.