A Premarital Agreement is not filed with the Court or any government agency; it is a contractual document between the prospective husband and wife.
The ‘prenup’ is to be sign in the presence of two witnesses and then notarized. Each party should receive a copy of the fully signed, witnessed and notarized Agreement.
Once finished, these executed Premarital Agreements should be kept in a secure and fireproof place, to be referenced later if necessary. (Additional copies can also be made and kept separately with trusted associates or family members if desired.)
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