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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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.
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