What Can and Cannot be in a Pre-Nuptial Agreement?

Any sort of property can be included in the Agreement, such as homes, automobiles, stocks, checking accounts, business ownerships or personal belongings. Debts can also be categorized as separate property. This prevents one spouse from being liable for the debts of the other should the marriage dissolve. Spousal support can be waived or limited in Pre-Nuptial Agreement. However, anything having to do with children born during marraige (custody, support, etc.) in a prenuptial agreement is not binding upon the court.