Georgia law allows spouses to enter prenuptial agreements orally or in writing. It is advisable to create this important document in writing. If the parties choose to create a premarital agreement in writing then they must have it witnessed by at least two witnesses. Georgia law requires couples to file their prenuptial agreements with the clerk of the superior court of the county of residence. Prenuptial agreements in Georgia are also known as marriage articles and antenuptial agreements.
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