LEGAL GUIDE
Written by attorney Carina Castaneda | Aug 7, 2017

Attacking Premarital Agreements

There are several ways a prenuptial agreement can be attacked and found invalid. A premarital agreement is unenforceable if a party against whom enforcement is sought proves either of the following: (1) consent was involuntary; (2) the agreement was unconscionable.

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