Pre-nuptial agreements are legal documents. This means they need to meet certain requirements to be considered valid by the court. Some of the requirements for a pre-nuptial agreement include:
- Proof that the agreement was entered into by each party’s free will
- Allowing sufficient time for each party to review the document
- Full disclosure of all separate property and assets
If these requirements are not met, the court may declare the pre-nuptial agreement void and issue its own orders on how property will be divided.