Georgia Code Title 19. Domestic Relations § 19-3-60

(a) As used in this article, the term “antenuptial agreement” means a contract entered into prior to a marriage that determines property rights or contemplates a future settlement to one spouse as to a future resolution of issues, including, but not limited to, year's support, spousal support, and equitable division of property.

(b) Marriage is a valuable consideration;  and a spouse stands, as to property of the other spouse settled upon a spouse by marriage contract, as do other purchasers for value, provided that by the contract a spouse shall not incapacitate himself or herself from paying his or her existing just debts.


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