Choice of law

Parties to a contract may agree to have a certain state’s laws apply to that contract in the event of future litigation. Most commonly in family law, prenuptial agreements have choice of law provisions. See Nanini v. Nanini, 166 Ariz. 287 (App. 1990) (upholding provision in prenuptial agreement that the Agreement would be governed by Illinois law).

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