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Where a prenuptial agreement provides that neither spouse will ever claim any interest in the other’s property, states that each spouse shall be the sole owner of property purchased or acquired in his or her name, and contains language purporting to waive and release all rights and claims that a spouse may be entitled to as a result of the marriage, such provisions serve to waive a spouse’s right to any share of assets titled in the other spouse’s name, even if those assets were acquired during the marriage due to the parties’ marital efforts or appreciated in value during the marriage due to the parties’ marital efforts. 15 more words
Yes, but only after the court makes certain necessary findings.
In the recently decided case of Kyriacou v. Kyriacou, Case No. 2D14-1915 (Fla. 2d DCA Aug. 627 more words
Marriage is the chief cause of divorce. – Groucho Marx
Perhaps second only to the issue of child custody, determining what assets are—or are not—subject to Equitable Distribution is the most important factor that shapes matrimonial litigation. 831 more words