Litigation of Prenuptial and Reconciliation Agreements
If you and your spouse signed a prenuptial agreement or a reconciliation agreement and are headed toward divorce, you may have questions about whether the agreement will be enforceable as part of your divorce.
Just because a couple has signed a prenuptial or reconciliation agreement does not mean it is necessarily enforceable. Under Georgia law, several important conditions must first be met before your prenuptial or reconciliation agreement will be considered valid.
Whether you are seeking to invalidate a prenuptial or reconciliation agreement or wishing to have one enforced, we will explain your legal rights and options and advocate for your interests.