I would have to read the prenuptial and get more facts from you to determine whether it is a fair agreement and whether there is a way to break it. It is not easy but it's not impossible either. Please consult with an attorney.
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This forum is not the place to get an answer. We have very little facts to go on here. You can take the prenup and any other financial information you have in to a divorce attorney for a consultation. She should be able to give you some answers.
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