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Connecticut has long recognized the merit of premarital agreements. In fact, there is a statute in Connecticut that governs all premarital agreements executed after October, 1995. While premarital agreements are generally enforceable, there are certain factors that may make it more likely for a Connecticut Court to honor a premarital agreement. One of the experienced Connecticut divorce lawyers at Siegel, Reilly & Conlon, LLC, can help you draft a premarital agreement.
Factors Making a Premarital Agreement Unenforceable or Valid
The factors, outlined in the Connecticut Premarital Agreement Act and case law that can invalidate a premarital agreement include:
A court will look at the validity and enforceability of a premarital agreement at the time you seek enforcement.
Terms of a Premarital Agreement
The terms of a premarital agreement vary, depending on the parties and the assets and liabilities of the parties. Some of the considerations are:
If you need assistance with a premarital agreement, contact a Fairfield County divorce lawyer at Siegel, Reilly & Conlon, LLC.