Marital agreements and their application to divorce are a very complex legal issue. There are several factors that the court must consider, but one of them is whether the circumstances have changed significantly for the agreement to be disloyal. After 37 years, it is very likely. You should consult an experienced lawyer who can verify the pre-marriage agreement and your current circumstances to give you advice on whether he or she thinks the pre-marriage agreement would be maintained in the event of a divorce. Wisconsin is one of many states that have fallen under the roof of this law. However, laws vary from state to state, including Wisconsin`s right to later revise a marriage pact (known as a post-up agreement) and the inability to permanently dictate the level of child custody or custody conditions a couple may have when choosing to divorce. Marital real estate agreements such as Prenups and Postnups can handle child support and do not exclude you from receiving child support. A court will consider the terms of the agreement to be fair, if not, a party may challenge the matrimonial property contract in order to obtain a more equitable division of the assets. This was done in the case of Webb v. Webb 148 Wis. 2d 455, 434 N.W.2d 856 (Ct. App.

1988). In this case, a similar situation occurred with respect to the antenuptial agreement. The Tribunal implemented the text of the contract that waived their sped rights under Wisconsin law. The woman appealed and the Court of Appeal upheld. www.uniformlaws.org/shared/docs/premarital%20and%20marital%20agreements/2012_pmaa_final.pdf The creation of a will, trust or other legal agreement to satisfy the terms of the marriage agreement. Although marital agreements were initially avoided in the courts because they mistakenly believed they favoured the option of divorce, the Uniform Premarital Agreement Act (UPAA) [1] was created in 1983. In the case of Button v. Button, 131.

Wis.2d 84, 388 N.W.2d 546 (1986),[3] the standard has been set to determine whether agreements are fair. Marriage or post contracts are unfair if the agreement does not meet any of the three conditions: each spouse has disclosed his financial status to the other appropriately and adequately; Each spouse entered into the agreement on a voluntary and free basis; and the material provisions of the agreement, which separate the estate after divorce, are fair to any spouse. If you are planning to get married, you are probably looking forward to a future of happiness and partnership with your spouse. However, you can also make sure that you are protected if your marriage ends one day. A marital agreement can be beneficial, especially if you or your fiancée earns a high income or owns a business or if one of you has children from a previous relationship. This type of agreement can provide certainty that your financial interests are protected, and it can help you avoid conflicts if you decide to get a divorce. Wisconsin recognizes marital real estate contracts as an alternative to the legal service of communal property in the event of divorce, as long as the agreement is fair to all parties.