prenuptialFindLaw has a list of 10 reasons which may cause a prenuptial agreement to fail. For more details, check out the original post, but this is a list of those reasons:

  1. NO WRITTEN AGREEMENT.
  2. NOT PROPERLY EXECUTED.
  3. YOU WERE PRESSURED.
  4. YOU DIDN’T READ IT.
  5. NO TIME FOR CONSIDERATION.
  6. INVALID PROVISIONS.
  7. FALSE INFORMATION.
  8. INCOMPLETE INFORMATION.
  9. NO INDEPENDENT COUNSEL.
  10. UNCONSCIONABILITY.

In Georgia, some of these are valid reasons not to enforce a premarital agreement, others may not be. You should review a prenuptial agreement with a lawyer experienced in drafting and enforcing these agreements.

If you need a Georgia prenuptial agreement or have questions about them under Georgia law, we can help. Call us at our Marietta and Atlanta prenuptial agreements law offices at 770-425-6060.