The best bet is to have a formula for when and how much Alimony should be paid. This may be based on differences in income, length of marriage or any other factor you wish to include, z.B. no possibility of support if the other spouse commits adultery. Allowing some form-Alimony versus a full waiver statement is just a safer part. At the end of the day, a marriage contract is a contract and you can arrange everything as long as you meet the legal requirements for a valid prenupe (blog to come on this subject), and the conditions are not contrary to public order or the contract contains conditions that are illegal. But then again, and I cannot say it enough, if the marriage agreement is challenged, it is up to the judge to decide, and then everything is right. You get married, you know you want a prenup, but you don`t want to have to give up in case of divorce. Can you renounce compassion in a marriage pact? The answer is yes. You can renounce subsenibility in a marriage pact; However, it must be done with important reservations and revelations, and there is never a 100% guarantee. The other party must be represented by a lawyer or a very strong waiver (which remains a risk).
This means that if, at the time of the signing of the marriage agreement, you did not have a lawyer representing you, not all spant assistance provisions will be enforced. In addition, the same section of the code specifies that a sped assistance provision, which is otherwise not applicable, is not applicable simply because you had a lawyer. In other words, independent consultation is necessary for a spy assistance provision to be implemented, but it is not or is not sufficient to make the agreement applicable. In order for a waiver of sp uponal spouse assistance – as well as all other conditions of a marriage contract – to be applicable, parties who sign the marriage agreement must comply with the state rules on a valid pre-marriage contract. The contract must be available in writing. B and each consideration must disclose its assets and commitments before signing a marriage agreement. The agreement is also not enforced if one of the parties involuntarily signs it because of fraud, coercion or coercion. The judges examine in detail the marital agreements to look for anything that tends to give a financial incentive to divorce. If a provision can be read to promote divorce, the court will set it aside. The courts once considered any provision detailing how the property would be split as an incentive for divorce, because society has an interest in divorce.