An Illinois appellate court affirmed a trial court ruling that a postnuptial agreement was unenforceable as against public policy where the agreement gave a third party “counselor” sole power to determine custody and other issues including property and support. In the words of the appellate court, the agreement was so one-sided and “draconian” that it was substantively unconscionable. In the parties' agreement, the counselor was given sole authority to declare that the reasons for filing for divorce were not "reasonable." If the reasons were "unreasonable," then the “counselor” had sole power to determine custody of the children and to deprive the wife of her property rights set out in the agreement. The vagueness of the term “unreasonable divorce” raised a possibility that the mother would lose her property rights if the third-party “counselor” who was empowered to make that determination withheld approval for a divorce for any reason.