Nevada Prenuptial Agreement | Laws

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Updated January 23, 2023

A Nevada prenuptial agreement is created before marriage to determine how assets and property shall be divided in the event of a divorce or legal separation. Nevada statutes are fairly lenient toward the type of content that can be addressed in the agreement. However, the couple cannot establish provisions that violate public policy or any law imposing a criminal penalty, and the terms may not negatively affect a spouse’s ability to support a child. Both parties must sign the agreement voluntarily and with a reasonable understanding of the other’s financial and property obligations. Otherwise, the prenuptial agreement may be unenforceable in court.

Signing Requirements (NRS 123A.040) – The agreement must be signed by both parties to be legally valid.