Was Your Prenuptial Agreement Coerced?

June 24th, 2022 by Tad Nelson in Family Law

At heart, premarital agreements are contracts between two people about to get married. As with all contracts, a person can enter a prenuptial agreement that might strike another person as unfair or ridiculous. That doesn’t necessarily make them illegal. After all, you might overpay for your new car, but the sale contract is still legally […]

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When Is a Prenuptial Agreement Actually a Post-Marital Agreement?

July 18th, 2017 by Tad Nelson in Family Law

Texas courts recognize both premarital and post-marital (or marital) property agreements. A post-marital agreement may provide for the “partition or exchange of community property,” that is any property acquired by either spouse during the marriage (with some exceptions). A properly drafted premarital agreement, however, can declare that all property brought into the marriage should remain […]

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