Prenuptial Agreement

A marriage contract, informally known as a prenup, is a contract made in anticipation of marriage or during marriage. It's purpose is to establish the rights and responsibilities of each spouse in the event of a divorce or a separation.

Marriage contracts typically outline how assets and debts will be divided. They can also address issues such as spousal support and inheritance rights. They can be used to protect individual assets, such as businesses, investments, and other property from division, with only some limitations.

For a marriage contract in Ontario to have the best chances of being enforceable, each person must provide the other with complete information about their income, assets, and debts. If one party fails to disclose important financial information, the marriage contract may be considered invalid. Your lawyer will assist you with the process of exchanging financial disclosure.

It is advised that the other spouse hires an additional lawyer to obtain independent advice prior to signing the contract.
  • A phone call of unlimited duration with one of our family lawyers
  • Drafting of prenuptial agreement and revisions (2 revision processes)
  • Preparation and review of financial disclosure
  • Unlimited messages with your lawyer
  • Virtual agreement signing appointment
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