Q: Can a prenuptial agreement change child support and custody arrangements in Wisconsin?
A: No, prenuptial agreements cannot alter child support payments or child custody arrangements in Wisconsin. These decisions are determined by family law judges based on the child’s best interests.
Q: What makes a prenuptial agreement enforceable in Wisconsin?
A: To be enforceable, a prenuptial agreement in Wisconsin must be in writing, signed by both parties, made in contemplation of marriage, voluntary, and include full and fair disclosure of assets. Each party should also have their attorney review the agreement.
Q: Can a prenuptial agreement be modified or terminated after marriage?
A: Yes, after marriage, a prenuptial agreement can be modified through a postnuptial agreement if both parties agree. This agreement must also be in writing.

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