From child support to alimony, there are many legal matters that those going through divorce may struggle with. However, property division and prenuptial agreements can be particularly complicated. If you believe that you signed a prenuptial agreement which was not fair, you may have a number of concerns. For example, if you are going through a divorce in Lee County, Florida, you could be worried about losing your property. At Fried and Fried, P.A., we understand the various issues that people in this position often face and the importance of handling these cases appropriately.
Whether you were not provided sufficient time to review your prenup, you were coerced into signing the agreement or the terms are unreasonable, there are different reasons why your prenuptial agreement may be unfair. If you think this may be the case, closely assessing the details of your prenup and figuring out the smartest course of action is essential.
Unfortunately, many people have signed prenuptial agreements that were not fair because they were in love or trusted the other person, only to regret signing the agreement down the road. If you are in this position, you may be able to have the prenuptial agreement that you signed cancelled. That said, it is very important to take a close look at the ins and outs of your situation beforehand. If you do not present your case properly, the consequences of an unfair prenup could have a serious impact on your life and affect you financially and emotionally
On our prenuptial agreements page, you can review additional information concerning this area of family law.