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DELAWARE: In re Estate of Massello, 1997 WL 89091 (Del. Ch. Ct. Feb. 24, 1997).
Under Pennsylvania law, the validity of an antenuptial agreement does not depend on its substantive sufficiency, but depends solely on whether it was entered into without fraud, duress, or misrepresentation and is the result of full and fair disclosure.
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WEST VIRGINIA: Preece v. Preece, ___ W. Va. ___, 465 S.E.2d 917 (1995).
Even where the parties execute a written separation agreement, they must comply with the statutory requirement of financial disclosure, and the court must make a sufficient inquiry into the fairness of the agreement.
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