Pre-nuptial Agreements – Protecting Your Assets Before Marriage


Many individuals are concerned about protecting their assets when entering into a marriage. They may have spent years developing their considerable assets into something they are truly proud of. Such individuals do not want to lose their hard-won progress due to a divorce. Many turn to a pre-nuptial agreement, or as they are known in Canada ‘Marriage Contracts, in order to secure their assets against any potential break down in the marriage.

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