If you sign a prenup, whether or not you get money in the event of a divorce depends on the terms outlined in the agreement.
To bring up a prenup, choose a comfortable setting and time when both parties can discuss the topic openly and honestly
Prenups are generally effective in streamlining the divorce process and protecting individual assets, as long as they are legally valid.
You should get a prenup well before your wedding day to allow ample time for discussion and legal consultation.
Yes, a prenuptial agreement is legally binding in Ontario, as long as it is properly drafted and both parties had independent legal advice.
Yes, a prenup is generally a good idea as it can provide financial clarity and protect individual assets in the event of a divorce.
To obtain a prenuptial agreement, consult with a family lawyer or mediator who can draft the document according to both parties' wishes and the law.
A prenup can protect individual assets, shield one from the other's debts, and set terms for spousal support.
If you sign a prenup and get divorced, the terms of the prenuptial agreement will generally dictate the division of assets and spousal support.
A prenuptial agreement provides a legal framework for dividing assets and determining spousal support in the event of a divorce.