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Marriage & Love. Family Affairs >> Love and Marriage with Prenuptial Agreement >> Does it matter what state you live in to determine

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#340, posted 30 Aug 2021 4:31 pm47 words
Mary Anne (Offline)

Joined 30 Aug 2021 4:27 pm

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I read the prior inquiries about "how long do I have to wait after signing a prenuptual agreement before I get married?" And both postings indicated that you don't have to wait... I live in Massachusetts, does that also apply for this state?

Thank you so much

#349, posted 15 Sep 2021 1:01 pm, in reply to #340122 words
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Dear Mary Ann,

That is true that you may sign a Prenuptial Agreement at any time prior to your wedding day, but it is always better to sign it a little earlier then one or two days before the wedding and let both partners to review the agreement carefully.

We would like to inform you that there is case law in MA that suggests that if a prenuptial agreement is signed immediately prior to the wedding that could be evidence of duress. Therefore, it is obviously better to take care of your Prenuptial Agreement in advance.

Please be informed that Legal Helpmate is not a law firm and we do not give legal advice to the public.

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Legal Helpmate Corp.


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