Whether a couple finds themselves in an argument or one person is unsure of whether they should sign a prenuptial agreement, prenups can have an impact on couples in various ways. If you do not know if the prenuptial agreement you have been asked to sign is fair, or are unsure if your spouse wants to sign, it may be helpful to talk with them. At Fried and Fried, P.A., our Florida law firm knows how disagreements over prenups can affect couples in Lee County and all over the Sunshine State.
Talking to your fiancé can be helpful for many reasons. If your prospective marital partner is undecided on signing a prenup, you may be able to alleviate their concerns and work toward a result that is mutually beneficial. Or, if you have questions about the prenup or think that some of the terms contained in the contract are unfair, it is essential to address these issues prior to signing. Moreover, there should never be any coercion regarding the signing of premarital agreements.
Regrettably, some people have signed prenups that were unfair for various reasons. For example, maybe they were not given enough time to think about the contract before signing or they were forced into signing an agreement that contained unjust terms. If you have experienced any of these hurdles firsthand, you should recognize your rights immediately.
On our page which concentrates on prenuptial agreements, you can have a look at more information concerning unfair prenups and other topics on this area of family law.