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- - Your grandchild was living with you and doing well, but the biological parent is now asking for the return of the child or has already taken the child.
- - Both biological parents may be unfit due to alcohol or chemical dependency, mental instability or other challenges.
- - Your grandchild must be removed from biological parents who are abusive.
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Is there a time limit on prenuptial agreements?
Prenuptial agreements in Washington State don't have an expiration date. However, it's recommended to review and update them periodically to ensure they remain valid and enforceable.
Can you make a prenuptial agreement after marriage?
Yes, a couple can create a postnuptial agreement after they're married. In this case, it's important to make sure both parties fully understand and agree to the terms.
Can you draft your own prenuptial agreement?
While it's technically possible to create your own prenuptial agreement, it's not recommended. Prenuptial agreements are complex legal documents, and it's best to work with an experienced attorney to ensure it's properly drafted.
Can you break a prenuptial agreement?
A prenuptial agreement can be challenged or overturned under certain circumstances, such as if it was signed under duress or if it's deemed unfair or unreasonable.
Can one attorney represent both parties in a prenuptial agreement?
In Washington State, it's generally not recommended for one attorney to represent both parties in a prenuptial agreement as it can create a conflict of interest. Each party should have their own attorney to ensure their interests are protected.