A prenuptial agreement is a written agreement entered into by two prospective spouses before their marriage which dictates what happens to their finances during and after the marriage, if it ends. Prenuptial agreements are also called premarital agreements or prenups. These are legally binding agreements that are enforceable by a court of law.
It’s important to always have any prenuptial agreement you intend to sign reviewed by a qualified divorce attorney prior to signing! Your attorney can review each provision in the agreement to ensure it fully complies with state laws. Any section of a prenup that violates the law is not enforceable.
But, what about voiding a part of the prenup even though it is legally compliant? Well, that’s a different story. There are very few reasons why a prenuptial agreement, or parts of the agreement, may be voided here in Florida. Those valid reasons include: (more…)