Before marriage, you and your spouse may have discussed entering into a prenuptial agreement. Commonly referred to as a prenup, this written contract between spouses protects certain rights to property and assets if the marriage dissolves.
If you are asking whether your prenuptial agreement (prenup) can be invalidated, chances are you and your spouse have signed one. And now, one of you may be disputing its terms. Can your prenup be invalidated, or is it considered an inviolable contract "written in stone?"