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A forthcoming research paper entitled Drafting Prenuptial Agreements will contain a chapter on premarital agreement law in Massachusetts  authored by Suffolk University School of Law Professor Charles Kindregan.  The chapter reviews court decisions regarding the unconscionability standard,  two peeks policy and enforceability, and waivers.

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