Postnuptial Agreements in Minnesota : Elements that Differ from a PrenupOctober 19, 2013 | Category: Postnuptial Agreements
Postnuptial agreements in Minnesota differ from prenuptial agreements in three critical ways:
- Timing: Basically a prenuptial agreement entered into by the parties after they have married.
- Statutory Requirements: In addition to all prenuptial requirements, both parties must be represented by a lawyer in order for the agreement to be enforceable. Postnuptial agreements are presumed unenforceable if executed less than one year prior to the commencement of an action to dissolve the marriage.
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