New Jersey Courts enforce properly drafted prenuptial agreements. Significant to the enforceability of a prenuptial agreement is the disclosure of the parties' assets and income at the time of entering into the prenuptial agreement. At the time of a divorce, one party cannot set aside the prenuptial agreement they freely entered into because they are no longer happy with the results. Courts may set aside a prenuptial agreement if it is determined to be unconscionable or the product of fraud. In determining whether a prenuptial agreement is unconscionable, the Court will consider whether it would leave one party without a means of support, make a party a public charge or cause their standard of living to fall far below that which they enjoyed during the course of the marriage. If you're considering entering into a prenuptial agreement, make sure your attorney is familiar with family law and experienced in drafting prenuptial agreements.
- Want to Relocate Your Children? Know This First
- Reinstatement of Dismissed Restraining Order: What You Should Know
- What Happens With Financial Aid When Parents Divorce?
- Divorced Parents and College Tuition
- Taking Your Children Out of the Country After a Divorce
- What Happens When One Parent Pays Children's Health Benefits?
- When You've Had Enough of Your Ex Cyberstalking You
- What Happens to Marital Debt After a Divorce?
- Can You Really Use Social Media to Serve Legal Papers?
- See What Happens When One NJ Parent Wants to Relocate Children
Prenuptial Agreements dissolution of civil union Child Support Prenuptial Agreement civil union Child support enforcement grey divorce alimony Domestic Violence Equitable Distribution Child Custody Divorce high net worth same-sex couples new jersey law
- alimony (11)
- Child Custody (7)
- Child Support (7)
- Child support enforcement (1)
- civil union (1)
- dissolution of civil union (1)
- Divorce (16)
- Domestic Violence (3)
- Equitable Distribution (6)
- grey divorce (1)
- high net worth (2)
- new jersey law (8)
- Prenuptial Agreement (2)
- Prenuptial Agreements (1)
- same-sex couples (1)