Prenuptial Agreements in Alabama

Posted by Steven D. Eversole | Sep 02, 2007 | 0 Comments

A prenuptial agreement is often used to protect an individuals assets in the event of death or divorce.  The agreement is prepared to define property rights and to also define any additional obligations that arise during the marriage relationship.  You should disclose all the assets you possess truthfully.  Prenuptial agreements are carefully scrutinized by the Court to determine if they are just and reasonable.  Hiding assets could be a means to invalidate an otherwise valid prenuptial agreement.  Here are a few tips pertaining to prenuptial agreements.

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Steven D. Eversole

J.D., Samford University's Cumberland School of Law, Birmingham, Alabama B.A., University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Alabama

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