In Florida, a premarital agreement is INVALID for such reasons:
The agreement was unconscionable when it was entered into and the party (against whom enforcement is sought):
1) Was not provided with a reasonable disclosure of the other party’s financial obligations;
2) Did not waive (in writing) the right to a disclosure to such financial information; and
3)Didn’t know (and reasonably couldn’t have known) about the other party’s financial obligations.
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