In the United States, marital agreements are recognized in the 50 states and the District of Columbia, and are enforceable if prepared in accordance with state and state requirements. It has been reported that the demand for marriage contracts in the United States has increased in recent years, especially for millennial couples.     In a 2016 survey conducted by the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (AAML), member lawyers reported that the total number of clients seeking premarital marriage arrangements has increased in recent years, particularly with the Millennial generation, with the greatest interest in protecting capital gains in the case of separate ownership, inheritance and shared ownership.  In a 1990 California case, the Court of Appeal imposed an oral marriage agreement in the estate of one of the parties because the surviving spouse had significantly altered his position in accordance with the verbal agreement.  However, as a result of amendments to the act, it has become much more difficult to change the character of community or distinct property without written agreement.  These agreements may be covered by the Indian Contract Act 1872. Section 10 of the Indian Contracts Act states that agreements must be considered contracts when they are concluded by the free consent of the parties.  Section 23 of the same statute states that a contract may be non-sour if it is immoral or contrary to public policy.  Pre-marriage agreements may restrict the ownership and support rights of the parties, but also guarantee the right of one of the parties to seek or obtain assistance up to a certain limit. It may be impossible to set aside a properly designed and executed prenup. A prenup is able to dictate not only what happens when parties divorce, but also what happens when they die.
You can act as a contract to make a will and/or remove any ownership rights over the property, estate, estate, right to predetermined inheritance and the right to act as executor and administrator of the spouse`s estate.  When a U.S. citizen decides to marry an immigrant, that person often serves as a visa sponsor to ask his fiancée to enter or stay in the United States. The Dept. Homeland Security requires that persons who sponsor their fiance come to the United States on a visa to make a declaration of support and it is important to consider the obligation under oath to support a U.S. sponsor about to sign a pre-married agreement. The Asidavit of Support establishes a 10-year contract between the U.S. government and the sponsor, which requires the sponsor to financially support the fiancé on its own resources.  As expressly stated on Form I-864, divorce does not end the obligations of assistance that the promoter owes to the United States.