What does it take for a pre-nuptial agreement to be considered valid?

A prenuptial agreement essentially details what will happen regarding spousal support and finances if a couple gets divorced. However, a prenuptial agreement needs to meet certain criteria to be considered valid.

This criterion includes:

  • Proof that the agreement is entered into by each party’s free will
  • Offering sufficient time for each party to review the agreement
  • The disclosure of all separate property

If you want to ensure that your prenuptial agreement is ironclad, Kendall Gkikas & Mitchell, LLP is here to help with that. Contact us today to start the process.