I’ve never represented a client in a contested divorce, where the parties had previously entered into a prenuptial agreement, where there was not as much litigation concerning the prenuptial agreement, as everything else.
Therefore, when I draft a prenuptial agreement for a client, I always recommend including a mediation clause. I include in this clause that if the parties disagree as to any of the provisions of their prenuptial agreement, including that their prenuptial agreement is even valid, they must first attempt in good faith mediation, before they can litigate.