Marrying under prenuptial agreements
When you get married, it’s nice to dream. Will you have a traditional wedding, or will you elope? It’s only after the wedding that your marriage really starts. So it’s important you have a firm base to rely on. Your notary understands that agreements between you two have to be clearly recorded. This is done in a prenuptial agreement.
Prenuptial agreement by your notary
Getting married under prenuptial agreement doesn’t really fit with the romantic ideal of marriage. But do you really want to share everything – including debts from before your marriage, inheritances and gifts? With a prenuptial agreement by your notary, you can be sure there are clear legal agreements between the two of you. This is important, for instance when one of you has their own company. Of if they’ve been married before. But also when one of you passes away or the relationship ends, it’s important to have a number of things in black and white.
Your life. Your marriage. Your notary.
At your notary, your personal story is key. Your notary listens, asks questions, clarifies, and gives you honest advice about the best options for your prenuptial agreement for your situation. After our conversation, the prenuptial agreement is sent to your home. So you can read through it in your own time. Want to make adjustments? Not a problem. If the conditions are agreed on, you both sign the prenuptial agreement with the notary at our office.