Are Prenuptial Agreements Enforceable in Arizona?
Whether Prenuptial Agreements are Enforceable in Arizona
If you want to know are prenuptial agreements enforceable in Arizona, you have come to the right place for the answer to that question. The American Bar Association created the Uniform Premarital Act. That Act is not the law in every state, but it was instead intended to be an example of what each state may decide to use as their law. The Arizona legislature modeled our laws about prenuptial agreements in Arizona after the example provided by the American Bar Association.
When a state passes laws substantially similar to the American Bar Associations Model Act in divorce and other legal areas, the state is said to have “adopted the model act”. So, you may hear an attorney say something like “Your honor, Arizona has adopted the Uniform Premarital Act”. Arizona’s version of the Uniform Premarital Act is in Arizona Revised Statute Sections 25-201 through 25-205. Arizona Revised Statute Section 25-202 sets forth the requirements to create an enforceable prenuptial agreement in Arizona. Arizona divorce laws provide that a correctly written prenuptial agreement is enforceable in Arizona. The existence of a valid prenuptial agreement makes the Arizona divorce process much easier to navigate.
We have written an informative article about the Arizona Court of Appeals ruling in the case of Williams v. Williams discussing enforcement of a prenuptial agreement in Arizona.
Contact Our Scottsdale and Phoenix Arizona Prenuptial Agreements Attorneys
If you are in need of a divorce lawyer in Scottsdale or Phoenix Arizona, the family law firm of Hildebrand Law, PC is only a phone call away. Our attorneys handle all types of divorce cases in Arizona. Please call (480)305-8300 if you wish to speak with our Arizona divorce lawyers or have additional questions regarding Arizona divorce laws.