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Three ways to invalidate a prenuptial agreement

When you hear about celebrity prenuptial agreements and how they are supposedly “iron clad” agreements, you may wonder if any prenuptial agreement can be invalidated in the course of a divorce. Indeed, part of the mystique behind prenups is that they are impenetrable agreements that can possibly leave a spouse with nothing after a divorce. However, it is always the truth that breaks the mystique, and the truth is that a prenup can be defeated under certain circumstances, regardless of how “iron clad” it may be.

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