(6) change; Revocation or abandonment.-After marriage, a pre-marital contract can only be amended, revoked or abandoned by a written agreement signed by the parties. The amended agreement, revocation or task are enforceable without consideration. (5) Effect of marriage.-A pre-marital contract enters into effect with the marriage of the parties. Given that Baker`s agreement violated such a clear public order in Florida, the court may have been able to arrange an appropriate support bonus for the woman without rendering the other parts of her marital agreement unenforceable. Florida law generally supports the application of pre-marriage agreements based on the granting of people`s freedom to enter into contracts. Therefore, if it is not possible to prove that there is a reason for not authorizing the contract, they will favour the maintenance of the contract. As a general rule, prenups may also include the right to give instructions on any marriage-related matter, unless the provision is contrary to the law or contrary to public policy. Finally, in Tenneboe v. Tenneboe, 558 So.
2d 470 (Fla. 4. DCA 1990), the Tribunal struck down a transaction agreement on real estate reached two weeks after filing a divorce application on the basis of similar principles. The court found that there was an overrun where the husband, who was not represented by a lawyer, gave the woman the house and all the equity inside, the van, the omission, took over all the debts, and was taken with $112.57 per week on which to live.36 In addition, there were concerns about the representations that the wife`s lawyer took to her husband with respect to her ability, compassion and husband`s understanding of understanding the loyalty of the woman`s lawyer has changed. Note that in all of these cases, the demanding part was not represented. While the law in Florida is very clear that the lack of legal assistance alone is not a reason for the cancellation of a transaction agreement37, grossly disproportionate distribution and other factors of injustice related to the lack of legal assistance have allowed the courts to terminate these agreements. There is sufficient evidence that an agreement is due to an unequal treatment of bargaining power or other circumstances, so that there has been no wise choice on the part of the disadvantaged Part 38, may very well lead to an overshoot that renders an agreement unacceptable. The Uniform Premarital Agreement Act (UPAA) is a single law on marriage contracts, also known as “pre-marital agreements” and “association agreements.”  It was designed in 1983 by the National Conference of Commissioners on The Laws of the State on Uniform to promote greater uniformity and predictability between state laws with respect to pre-marital agreements in an increasingly temporary society.