The agreement was not executed or signed freely and voluntarily.
The agreement was not without undue influence.
The agreement was unconscionable when signed.
The agreement failed to disclose all property and debts.
In order to avoid an invalid agreement in the case of divorce, you should work with an experienced family law attorney to ensure that you understand the statue set forth by the court. When creating a premarital agreement, consider the following:
- Hire a stenographer and videographer to record the signing and execution of the agreement.
- Fully disclose all property and debts prior to signing. Newly discovered or hidden assets or misrepresentation as to the extent of your assets or liabilities could render the premarital agreement invalid.
- A family law attorney should draft and execute the premarital agreement well in advance of a wedding, so as to not have an issue of duress or undue influence.
If you are considering the possibility of a premarital agreement, consult with an experienced family law attorney, such as Craig J. Simon, an Arizona attorney at Simon Law Group. With almost 30 years of experience, Simon Law Group has the knowledge and skills to draft a valid premarital agreement that is in compliance with all requirements of A.R.S. §25-202. For a free initial consultation with Arizona Attorney Craig Simon, please call Simon Law Group at 480-745-2450 or contact us online