When I asked my husband for a copy of the prenup that he had me sign on our wedding day he asked me why it was important for me to have it. I told him that I just wanted to read it over with an attorney to understand what I had signed. He then decided to tear it up and throw it away. He said that this would make it invalid and that I should not think about it anymore.
Domestic Violence Lawyer
This is a question that is impossible to correctly answer without more details. Why was it ripped up? Did you agree to it when he attempted to 'revoke' it? Do you have a copy? Are you now wanting it to be valid?
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Divorce / Separation Lawyer
Not having the original prenup does not prevent you from attempting to enforce a copy of the agreement, if it was never your intention to invalidate it.
The answering of this question is just friendly advise, and in no way legal advise, nor create an attorney-client relationship. For legal advise you should contact an attorney with detailed information about your situation, so he or she can better assist you.
Criminal Defense Attorney
No. Can you get a copy? Didn't you get a copy?
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