A. A premarital agreement must be in writing and signed by both parties. The agreement is enforceable without consideration. B. The agreement becomes effective on marriage of the parties. C. The agreement is not enforceable if the person against whom enforcement is sought proves either of the following: 1. The person did not execute the agreement voluntarily. 2. The agreement
A. Parties to a premarital agreement may contract with respect to: 1. The rights and obligations of each of the parties in any of the property of either or both of them whenever and wherever acquired or located.
After marriage, a premarital agreement may be amended or revoked only by a written agreement signed by the parties. The amended agreement or the revocation is enforceable without consideration.
A statute of limitations applicable to an action asserting a claim for relief under a premarital agreement is tolled during the marriage of the parties to the agreement. However, equitable defenses limiting the time for enforcement, including laches and estoppel, are available to either party.
A. All property acquired by either husband or wife during the marriage is the community property of the husband and wife except for property that is: 1. Acquired by gift, devise or descent.