Ivan Steele Law has released a new how-to guide on Prenuptial Agreements. People getting married, engaged couples, same-sex couples, previously divorced people re-marrying, and other interested parties can find the guide online at https://www.ivansteelelaw.com/marriage-contracts-in-ontario/.
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Toronto family lawyer’s guide to Prenuptial
Agreements in Ontario is life saver.
A renowned Toronto family and immigration
law firm, Ivan Steele Law, has published a new
how-to guide dedicated to helping Canadians
from all walks of life protect their assets and
talk openly about finances in the context of
prenuptial agreements A prenup can protect
both parties should a
It's really a simple concept -
it's just a business contract
between two people in a
marriage or civil union.
One can cover a variety of issues inside the
prenup, including personal assets,
instructions for division of property, retirement
funds that were saved before marriage,
education funds that were saved prior to
marriage, Spousal support, inheritance,
finances for each party, and much more.
What Cannot Be Included in a
Prenup? There are several things
one cannot include in a prenup: child
support and custody, custody or
visitation agreements, unfair terms,
illegal terms, and non-financial
In 2022, in the wake of a global
pandemic, economic instability
and the subsequent relationship
challenges, considering a
prenup is imperative.
Interested parties are invited
to review the how-to guide in
full on their website:
If either spouse has a
significant amount of wealth
a prenup is a solid way to
protect assets in advance.
If either spouse owns a small
business, a prenup can protect
business interests In cases of
very short engagement a prenup
can provide time to evaluate a
A prenup protects both
parties should the other
spouse end up not being
the person one expected.
Note that a person could also
get what is known as a postnup
- which would be essentially the
same thing as a prenup, except
it's put into effect after a
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