From a public policy perspective, post-post-marriage agreements have long been viewed in a negative light because they favour divorce. Post-nuptial agreements are a relatively new development under U.S. law. Prior to the 1970s, post-post-marriage agreements were generally unenforceable. Much of this was based on the idea that a couple became a unit at the time of their marriage and that one person or unit cannot reach an agreement with itself. PandaTip: This is a likely area of attack, and the parties may want to initiate this clause to show that it has been read and understood. If one or both parties have used legal advice (in common or individually), this should be included in the above clause, as it will give effect to this post-uptial agreement. Although not necessary in all states, it is a good idea for both spouses to be represented independently of lawyers when negotiating and concluding a post-uptial agreement.  2. JURISDICTION OF THIS EXCLUSIVE AGREEMENT Both parties agree and declare that in the event of separation, divorce or termination of their marriage (including nullity), they submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of this post-uptial agreement and irrevocably waive the right to assert marriage claims against the succession of others, except in the context of this post-uptial agreement. Post-ascending agreements usually deal with one or more of the following concerns: for many of us, at best, it can be unpleasant to discuss money and the possible end of a marriage. However, the conclusion of a safeguard agreement can be an intelligent step in many situations. If you see marriage as a long-term partnership, it is helpful to create the framework in advance.
Finally, you do not want to enter into a long-term trade agreement without having a legal contract. When a couple decides to marry, they inevitably agree to share their fortune. These assets (property, bank accounts, debts, etc.) are subject to division in the event of divorce, either at a 50/50 or a “fair” division (according to the matrimonial laws of your property). But couples also have the option of entering into agreements that define certain parameters for the division of ownership (among other things) when the marriage ends. 5.3 Contracting parties guarantee that they enter into this post-uptial agreement entirely through their free will and will and that they explicitly state that they are acting without any influence, interference, pressure (financial or otherwise), coercion or inappropriate influence of any kind on the part of the third party.