Legal Question in Family Law in Nevada

Can a prenup be void if the marriage ends because of infidelity?

Asked on 2/01/13, 3:14 pm

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James Smith James E. Smith Ltd.
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Not unless you have a clause in the prenuptial agreement that stipulates to voiding it for infidelity. A "bad boy" clause was in the prenuptial agreement between Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones so that Michael would pay a huge penalty for adultery. Nevada is a no fault state so the prenupt is not really for infidelity as much as property, debt and income.

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Answered on 2/01/13, 4:24 pm

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