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Prenuptial Agreement, Premarital Contract

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									NORTH CAROLINA                             )              PRE-MARITAL AGREEMENT
_________________ COUNTY                   )

THE LAWS OF NORTH CAROLINA SHALL GOVERN THIS AGREEMENT IN
ACCORDANCE WITH N.C. G. S. § 50-20

PARTIES TO AFORESAID AGREEMENT ARE:

_______________ (“Wife”)

_____________ (“Husband”)

I. RECITALS
THIS is made and entered into this the ___ day of ____ 2010, by and between Husband and
Wife in Mecklenburg County, North Carolina.

WHEREAS, in contemplation of marriage the Parties enter into this Pre-Marital Agreement to
evidence the fact that they have agreed to Denote, Designate their rights during marriage,
separation, and or dissolution of the marriage.

THESE PROVISIONS ARE IN LIEU OF THE DIVISION WHICH WOULD BE MADE
UNDER N.C.G.S. § 50-20 AND EACH PARTY WAIVES ANY RIGHT HE OR SHE MAY
HAVE UNDER SAID ACT.

II. INCORPORATION
The parties do hereby incorporate the above recitals herein by reference; THIS AGREEMENT
SHALL BECOME PART OF ANY LATER SEPARATION AGREEMENT AND OR
DIVORCE DECREE.

III. PROPERTY
All property owned, acquired, inherited prior to marriage, including BUT not limited to
Retirement Accounts, Bank Accounts, Pensions, Personal and Real Property shall remain
separate property during and in event the parties separate or divorce and shall not be subject to
Division. ANY Appreciation or increase of such property, during marriage, SHALL remain
separate.

All gifts, bequests, or devises where only one party is donee shall remain separate in character
and not subject to division. The other party shall not be liable for any the maintenance or
liabilities arising from aforementioned property.

ALL PROPERTY ACQUIRED WITH THE FUNDS OF BOTH PARTIES SHALL BE JOINT
IN CHARACTER AND SUBJECT TO EQUAL DIVISION AND CONTRIBUTION FOR
LIABILITIES.

Property acquired or purchased with a fair market value of $5,000.00 or MORE acquired by only
one of party’s, with their individual funds, shall remain separate property and NOT subject to
division, whether purchased during the marriage. The Fair Market Value to be determined at the
time of separation or dissolution of marriage.

To the extent the party not having an ownership interest in property contributes to the other
Party’s separate 
								
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