Series Wrap-Up on Why a Prenuptial Agreement May Be Invalidated in Nevada

Posted by on Feb 16, 2015 in Divorce | 0 comments

This is the final post in my series discussing reasons why a premarital agreement could be invalidated during a Las Vegas divorce. MediatorThroughout this series, I have discussed several issues that come up often during contentious divorces in Nevada. When a couple signs a premarital agreement prior to marriage, one or both spouses can be understandably shocked if the agreement doesn’t stand in Court during a later divorce. The topics I have discussed during this series are meant to alert couples to the problems that can occur if certain precautions aren’t taken when drafting a premarital agreement. Topics that I have covered include:

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Why Co-Mingling Property May Invalidate your Nevada Premarital Agreement

Posted by on Jan 9, 2015 in Divorce | 0 comments

House sitting on moneyThis is the next post in my series on why prenuptial agreements may be invalidated in a Nevada divorce. My last post discussed why Nevada Courts may invalidate a premarital agreement if both parties did not have separate counsel review the contract. In this article I will be discussing how an otherwise valid agreement may become invalid by “co-mingling” separate property during the marriage.

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Why a Nevada Prenuptial Agreement May Be Invalidated if Both Parties Do Not Retain Independent Counsel

Posted by on Dec 5, 2014 in Divorce | 0 comments

Meeting with attorneysThis is the next post in my series discussing common reasons why Nevada prenuptial agreements may be invalidated in Court during divorce proceedings. My last post discussed why hiding assets may lead to an agreement being thrown out of Court in a Las Vegas divorce. In this post I will discuss why it is important for both parties to retain independent counsel in order to ensure that a prenup will be considered valid in the future.

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Is a Nevada Prenuptial Agreement Invalid if All Assets are Not Disclosed?

Posted by on Dec 4, 2014 in Divorce | 0 comments

Couple signing prenuptial agreementThis is the next post in my discussion on pre-nuptial agreements in Nevada and why they are frequently challenged in Court. My last post provided an introduction to the topic and briefly touched on several reasons why prenuptial agreements may be challenged in the event of a divorce. In today’s post, I will be discussing whether a prenuptial agreement is automatically invalidated if one spouse does not disclose all assets in the agreement.

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