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Invalid prenuptial agreements: Will yours hold up in court?

There are several reasons why a prenuptial agreement might not be valid. As such, if you have a prenuptial agreement, or if you're planning to enter one, you may want to review the following reasons to determine if your prenuptial agreement will hold up in court in the event of a divorce.

How does the Hague Convention help parents?

Imagine you were married to a foreign national and had a baby with this person. Later, you go through a lengthy divorce and agree to shared custody so that your child lives half the time with you and half the time with your ex. However, you ex-spouse broke the guidelines, returned to his or her home country and now is refusing to bring your child back to the United States.

How do prenuptial agreements help?

If you're in the brink of getting married, you're probably so full of love and excitement for your spouse that the last thing you want to think about is the remote possibility of divorce in the future. However, the reality of marriage in the modern world includes the chance that your love union will not endure until death do us part. For this reason, the most responsible soon-to-be newlyweds are choosing to sign prenuptial agreements.

How to ensure good communication with your co-parent

Being a co-parent and sharing your child 50-50 with the other parent isn't going to be a walk in the park. However, there are a few things you can do while going through the divorce settlement process to make your life as a single parent a great deal easier - such as being strategic when it comes to the parenting provisions you draft for your child custody and parenting plan agreements.

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