What about children born during the marriage? Decisions regarding the best interests of children must be made based on the circumstances existing at the time that the decision is made. Because those circumstances cannot be predicted in advance, a prenup cannot provide for children. It is possible to include a statement about the parties’ intent in the event that a decision must be made about children, but it’s value is minimal.
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