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Andrew Meyer  |  September 26, 2017

What Makes the Substance of a Prenuptial Agreement Fair or Unfair?

The validity of a prenuptial agreement (or, technically, “antenuptial agreement”) has two components: (1) procedural fairness; and (2) substantive fairness.  If a Court finds that the agreement is either procedurally
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Courtney Wieden  |  April 19, 2017

What is A Cohabitation Agreement?

It is increasingly common for couples to move in together before they get married and, sometimes, without any intention of ever getting married. In Minnesota, there is no such thing
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Courtney Wieden  |  February 1, 2017

Is a Postnuptial Agreement the Same as a Prenuptial Agreement?

The short answer is no. A Postnuptial Agreement and a Prenuptial Agreement are not the same. An obvious difference between a Postnuptial Agreement and a Prenuptial Agreement is that a
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Andrew Meyer  |  January 23, 2017

Enforcability of a Prenuptial Agreement in Minnesota

One of the primary issues to be discussed with any client when drafting a prenuptial agreement (or, in Minnesota, an “Antenuptial” agreement) is the validity of the provisions being agreed
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Andrew Meyer  |  January 16, 2017

Prenuptial Agreements Minnesota: Three Aspects People Find Surprising

Minnesota law allows parties to make agreements before their marriage about what will happen in case they get divorced. Most people are at least vaguely aware of these type of
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Farhan  |  June 15, 2010

What is a Post-Nuptial Agreement?

A post-nuptial agreement is executed during the marriage.  It is too simplistic to think that once there is a post-nuptial agreement, that the Court does not have any other choice
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