Are prenuptial agreements allowed in Nebraska?

Prenuptial or premarital agreements are provided for in ’42-1001 et. seq. And may be used by the parties to set out property rights, spousal support, life insurance and other matters prior to marriage. In general, an agreement must be in writing, must be signed voluntarily by both parties, and must make fair and reasonable disclosure of obligations ’42-1003 and ’42-1006. The agreement becomes effective upon marriage ’42-1005.

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