In India, marital agreements are very rare and have no laws in force. However, in the face of rising divorce rates, there is a growing interest in them. Some legal experts believe that prenups have no legal sanctity in India. However, in some cases, usually among wealthy citizens, a form of contract is signed. But agreements must be reasonable and not violate existing laws, such as the Hindu Marriage Act. Indian courts allow for the signing of a settlement protocol during divorces. But no court has yet been asked to impose a prenup.  A sunset scheme may be inserted into a marital agreement stipulating that the contract expires after a specified period. In Maine, it automatically expires after the birth of a child, provided the parties do not renew the contract if the parties do not renew the agreement.  In other countries, a number of years of marriage will result in the expiration of a marriage.
In countries that have adopted the Uniform Premarital Agreement Act (UPAA), there is no sunset provision in the law, but one could be under private contract. Note that the states have different versions of the UPAA. Marital conventions are civil, so Catholic canon law does not exclude them in principle (for example. B to determine how property is distributed among children in a previous marriage after the death of a spouse). Post-nuptial agreements are similar to marital agreements, except that they are made after a couple`s marriage.  When divorce is imminent, post-uptial agreements are called separation agreements.  A movement has recently formed in some modern Orthodox circles to support an additional marital agreement. This is a reaction to a growing number of cases where the husband refuses to grant a religious divorce. In such cases, local authorities are not in a position to intervene, both for the sake of separation of church and state and because some halachic problems would arise. This situation leaves the woman in a state of aginut where she cannot remarry. To remedy this situation, the movement promotes a marital agreement in which the couple agrees to file their divorce, should it occur, before a rabbinical court.
The courts will not require a person to do all the housework or to have the children raised in a particular religion.  In recent years, some couples have included social media provisions in their marriage contracts and have set rules on what can be posted on social media during the marriage, and in case the marriage is dissolved.  Currently, 28 states and the District of Columbia have adopted a version of the Uniform Premarital Agreement Act (UPAA) or the Premartal Agreement Uniform Act (UPMAA). The UPAA was adopted in 1983 by the Uniform Law Commission (ULC) to promote greater uniformity and predictability between state laws with respect to these contracts in an increasingly temporary society. The UPAA was partially enacted to ensure that an effective prenup in one state is awarded by the courts of another state where the couple could obtain a divorce. In 2012, UPMAA was created by the ULC to clarify and modernize inconsistent state laws and create a coherent approach for all Enk marital and post-uptial agreements.