1.) in 2003 was filing for divorce and my spouse had accused me of domestic violence.
(We were argueing a 5 lb water jug fell on floor and she slipped and fell and called cops to alleged domestic violence with a small red mark on body. Police was required to take me to jail. I never touched her.)
2.) she had a post nuptial agreement done by her attorney, which said we had irreconcilable difference in contemplation of divorce and she had me sign which was gave her retirement plan (no dollar amount given on face of agreement) only refers to the family law financial affidavit as disclosure. And other martial assets to her.
3.) all property to be given to her as she claimed it was purchased by her premarital, all gifts hers, etc.
4.) we never divorce she had me sign to drop charges with domestic violence and we reconciled.
is this document based on, done in contemplation of divorce, but never completed, now we have joint assets which seem to give unfair distribution to her. Valid? Also does not refer to business we started in 2004.
no asset disclosure given for 401 k.
not given time to review with attorney.
Is it valid?
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