Prenuptial Agreements are contracts that are drafted and executed prior to the parties getting married.  Likewise, it determines the terms and conditions of what will happen in the event of a dissolution of marriage action or death and must be consistent with the provisions of your estate planning documents.  Prenuptial Agreements must be drafted in consideration of numerous factors including but not limited to full financial disclosure by both parties and both parties having independent legal representation.  It must be written so that the terms and conditions are fair and equitable to both parties and that there is no fraud or duress and it must be timely executed, preferably at least 30 days prior to the date of marriage.