An agreement between two people before they are married which sets forth their property rights as to one particular piece of property or all of the property acquired during marriage. Premarital agreements must be in writing and signed by both parties; no consideration, however, is required.
Agreement made by a couple prior to marriage that controls distribution of assets in the event of a divorce.
a contract between persons who are about to marry that provides protection from the creation of community property during marriage
a contract between two people who are about to marry
a contract entered into by a couple who plan to marry
a contract signed by both parties before a marriage is commenced
a contract that can be used to avoid or limit maintenance
an agreement between parties made before they are married regarding property rights when the marriage ends
an open ended contract that may extend for fifty years or more and it is impossible for the parties to envisage what may happen over that period
a result of duress if one spouse has signed the agreement due to physical or emotional abuse, threats of physical harm, or extreme emotional pressure
a written agreement between two persons contemplating marriage
a written contract between two people entered into before marriage
a written contract created by two people planning to be married