Sanderson v. Sanderson


245 So.3d 421 (Miss Supr. Ct, 2018)


Substantive unconscionabilty occurs when the terms of an agreement are so one-sided that “on one in his right mind” would agree to its terms. In this case, the agreement is not substantively unconscionable because the wife would have received more had there not been a agreement, since without the agreement, there would not be a marriage.

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