Moving? What to Know About Your Prenuptial Agreement

At Prenup Specialist it is standard to include language that indicates what we call a ‘choice of law’ clause. A ‘choice of law’ clause allows the parties to decide which state’s laws they would like to apply to their prenuptial agreement. If you were to move to a different state other than the state in which you live when your document is drafted the intention of your original document would be upheld by the court of the new state.

Couple sitting in new home - What Happens to My Prenuptial Agreement if We Move States

Some states have different requirements for what is required for a Prenuptial Agreement to be valid, therefore it may be necessary to alter your original document depending upon what state you are moving to and what state your document was originally drafted in. However, even if you do not change your document, you can always return to your original state to file for divorce and have the document enforced with the full force and authority granted by it upon the original signing. If you have a Prenuptial Agreement from the Prenup Specialist or another source and have moved or are considering a move, feel free to reach out to us and we will evaluate the enforceability of your document.

Now more than ever, couples are looking for ways to be secure in their future. A prenuptial agreement is a great way to protect assets, define expectations and responsibilities and ensure that both parties are taken care of in the event of divorce or death. With the help of Prenup Specialist, couples can get the legal advice they need to make sure their future is as secure as possible. Don’t wait any longer – call us today and secure your future together! You can view our different solutions by clicking here, our licensed professional attorneys to provide you the best service possible!

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