What Can’t Be in a Prenup?

So under Florida law, you, it is unenforceable if you say what happens with time sharing or parental responsibility or even child support for that matter, because the law says that those are areas that the court has to consider at the time of a divorce or separation, while you’re free to address any issues regarding alimony and property division, what to do with a house or real property or the horses or the dogs.

Um, one,

Thank you for that, by the way.

You’re welcome. One, one should shy away from putting into an agreement provisions regarding time sharing parental responsibility and child support because those would not be binding on the court in the event either party sought to enforce the agreement.

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