What Makes A Prenuptial Agreement Legally Binding?

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State law, in every state that I know of, prevents prenups and postnups. There’s certain requirements to make it binding. For example, formalities of signing, the number of witnesses required, and notarizing, and that sort of thing. Also, each party ought to have their own independent counsel. Neither party should be coerced. Both parties should have plenty of time to consider it. Both parties should disclose their assets fully and fairly. If all that’s done, you’re most likely going to have a binding agreement. Have more questions? Then contact us today to schedule a free consultation! Doane & Doane Top rated Tax & Estate Planning Attorneys