Billionaire hedge fund manager Kenneth Griffin and his wife Anne Dias Griffin continue to argue over the validity of the couple’s prenuptial agreement. Ms. Dias Griffin contends that she was not given enough time to review the prenuptial agreement before signing it on the eve of the couple’s wedding and just before the rehearsal dinner. Mr. Griffin, on the other hand, claims the two of them exchanged multiple drafts of the prenuptial agreement and that Ms. Dias Griffin has ample opportunity to review the agreement with three law firms before signing.
It is rare for a court to strike down a prenuptial agreement. When a court does so, it is usually because the prenuptial agreement fails to conform to legal requirements or because there was unethical conduct by one party that prejudiced the other party in some way pertaining to the agreement. Some common reasons why a court would consider invalidating a prenuptial agreement that appears to meet legal requirements include:
When you need assistance in drafting, defending, or attacking a prenuptial agreement in Illinois, look no farther than the Illinois family law firm of Arami Law. We are knowledgeable about the legal requirements necessary for a prenuptial agreement to be valid and enforceable in the state and can draft a prenuptial agreement that is legally defensible. We can also attack prenuptial agreements that may not meet legal requirements and can review and advise you before you sign a prenuptial agreement offered to you by your soon-to-be spouse. Whatever your needs, contact Arami Law today at (312) 212-1399 today for help.
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