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_____________________________________________________(Name and Address) and, _____________________________________________________(Name and Address) agree:
The parties contemplate marriage and desire to establish their respective rights and entitlements regarding each other's property described in Exhibit A attached hereto.
Each party hereby waives the right to share in each otherï¿½s estate upon death, whether by will, statutory right, statutory share, dower, curtsey, whether such right now exists by case law or by statute.Each party waives the right to alimony, whether permanent or rehabilitative, separate maintenance, or other forms of spousal support, or division of property due to their status of marriage or former marriage.
Each party is aware that under the law, courts have the authority to ignore this Agreement under certain circumstances if any spouse is impoverished and the other is not.
Each party waives the right to the share in the increase in marital assets regarding separate property during marriage.
Each party waives the right to sharing in any pension, profit sharing, government or military pension plan.
Each party acknowledges an opportunity to consult with independent counsel of their own choice.
Each party acknowledges that he/she has made a full and complete disclosure of his/her respective financial conditions. Each party represents to the other that they have adequate separate resources for their own support.
This premarital agreement represents the entire agreement of the parties, and there are no representations others than those stated herein. This agreement may only be modified in a writing executed by both parties.
Signature of Prospective Husband Date
Signature of Prospective Wife Date
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