Premarital agreements, also known as prenuptial agreements, outline financial arrangements, property division, and spousal support in the event of divorce or death. Unlike guardianship cases, premarital agreements require both parties’ voluntary consent and full disclosure of assets to be valid. It’s essential to note that premarital agreements can’t include terms that encourage divorce or waive rights to child support. Consultation with a family law attorney is advisable to navigate the complexities of Texas law and ensure the agreement’s validity. While the process may vary, careful consideration and legal guidance are essential for a comprehensive and enforceable premarital agreement.