Sam Sherkawy

Sam B. Sherkawy studied Electrical Engineering at the University of Texas San Antonio, and received his law degree from South Texas College of Law. F

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Michael W. Hanten

We offer experienced and aggressive representation to our Russian speaking clients. Our attorneys are true trial lawyers who are not afraid to go to c

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Stacey L. Barnes

Mr. Barnes is a Senior Attorney in Litigation and Business Law at Kearney, McWilliams & Davis, PLLC. He is also a Visiting Professor at the University

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Can I have a prenup invalidated if there was fraud?

English is my second language, I am Russian. My wife is American and had a prenup drafted before we married. She told me it was to protect her family business from my interest in case we divorced. The document is in English and I could not read all of it, so her lawyer at the time read it to me. I don’t think he read it to me truthfully or accurately and I think I’ve given up more than I intended to. How do I prove this in court and get the agreement changed or thrown out? My wife wants to divorce me and she is saying I signed to get nothing from her, even though I’ve put all my income into the marriage and our home.
Published on 03/08/21
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