• Both parties must receive a fair and reasonable disclosure of the amount, character, and value of property, income, and financial liabilities prior to signing.
• Both parties must voluntarily enter into the agreement without force or duress.
• Both parties must have reasonable opportunity to obtain the advice and guidance of independent legal counsel.
• The agreement must not be so one-sided that it makes it unconscionable to enter into it or unconscionable when one party seeks to enforce it.
• Both parties must sign the agreement while being witnessed by a notary public.
If you have any additional questions about what’s involved in a prenuptial agreement, and whether it would be beneficial to you or not, please call Fairfield Family Law to schedule a consultation.