Motion to Set Aside Prenuptial Agreement
Motion to Set Aside Prenuptial Agreement in Tampa
A prenuptial agreement is an agreement made by a couple before they marry concerning the ownership of their respective assets should the marriage fail. During a divorce proceeding, a party may move to set aside a prenuptial agreement for various reasons. If the motion to set aside is awarded, the prenuptial agreement becomes null and void, and the parties must begin a normal divorce process as though no prenuptial agreement existed. A prenuptial agreement may be set aside for the following reasons: it was not entered into voluntarily; it was the result of fraud; it was the result of duress, coercion, or overreaching; or it was unconscionable when executed. An agreement will not be set aside just because it is a bad deal or there has been a change in circumstances. It will not be set aside just because a party didn’t read it or have legal representation.
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