No, it doesn't.
To have a BINDING VALID premarital agreement, (instead of one that just gets you more potential trouble later on) you should speak to an attorney with substantial experience in dealing with family and matrimonial law issues. Explain to him, or her, what you want to accomplish, and learn what parts of the "off the shelf" marriage contract you can, and can't change with a pre-nup. THEN decide, with that attorney, what sort of agreement you need.
You do need to have the pre-nup run by an attorney. I have seen pre-nups create far more trouble than they’re worth, because they were inartfully drafted, ambiguous and not signed by parties who had benefit of independent counsel.
Best of luck to you.
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