Do Full Disclosure of Assets in a Premarital Agreement Need to be in Writing?

“Full disclosure” in a prenuptial agreement is just that: a complete listing and description of one’s assets and liabilities, shown or provided to the other party so that they are fully aware of the financial condition of the other party.

Standard Legal believes that to be binding, such agreement must be in writing. Absent such writing, it would be difficult to determine how one could prove that “full disclosure” was made.

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