The advantage of a marriage contract is to create a clear reference to the responsibility of both partners in the event of divorce or separation. (1) Protection of the rights of children and grandchildren from previous marriages. (2) protection of the property or interests of a spouse or self-employed practitioner against the control of another spouse in the event of separation or divorce. 3) Protection of a spouse who has no debts or liabilities against the assumption of the burden of debts / debts of his spouse. (4) In the event of divorce, alimony or the agreement obtained may be decided in advance, thus avoiding the spouses having to go to court and conduct a dispute. These include lack of volunteering, impitoyability and non-transfer of assets.  Marriage contracts in all U.S. states cannot address issues relating to the children of marriage, particularly matters relating to custody and relationships.  The reason for this is that children`s issues must be decided in the best interests of the children.  But it`s controversial: Some people think that, since custody disputes are often the most serious part of a divorce, couples should be able to settle this in advance.  Now, everyone has heard of a marriage contract between a husband and wife. A marriage contract can be successfully challenged in the following way: 1 The marriage contract must be fair, reasonable and duly recognised. 2 Prenup should be certified by lawyers on both sides.
3 A list of the assets and liabilities of both spouses must be attached. 4 A clause stipulating that, even if a particular provision is null and void, the other provisions would still be legal and valid, should be dealt with compulsorily in the Prenup. 5 The Prenup should contain details of agreed matters, such as maintenance, distribution of property and liabilities in the event of dissolution of the marriage, decided jointly by both parties. In 2015, the U.S. Supreme Court granted same-sex marriages the same legal basis as marriage between couples of both sexes, in Obergefell v. Hodges (delivered June 26, 2015). The effect of the Supreme Court ruling is that a pre-marital agreement entered into by a same-sex couple in one state is fully applicable in the event of divorce in another state.  While there are restrictions in many areas, marriage contracts can also cover matters relating to the subsistence of spouses and children. . .