Marriage Contract / Prenuptial Agreement / Cohabitation Agreement

Prenuptial Agreement


This is the most common Marriage Contract and Cohabitation Agreement package among our clients.  It simply sets out that property is divided based on ownership.  The parties also have the option to opt out of various legal claims such as spousal support, trust claims to property, claims to other party's estate upon death and claims against pensions.

In this package:

  • The process starts with a meeting between you and an experienced family law lawyer who will explain how domestic contracts work, the law and your options.

  • We will then proceed to draft your agreement.

  • Once finalized we will meet with you again to execute the agreement.

  • You will be provided with four (4) copies.

  • Your partner will then meet with their lawyer and execute all 4 copies.

  • All commissioning and notarization fees are included.

  • A Certificate of Independent Legal Advice will be provided with your agreement.

For more information on marriage contracts / prenups, please see: Marriage Contracts.

To learn more about cohabitation agreements visit our page at: Cohabitation Agreements.

If you have any questions, please contact us via e-mail or by calling us at (416) 939-5922. This service is normally $2,000.00 to $5,000.00.  We provide it at the reduced rate of $850.00+HST because we believe it's a necessity to avoid expensive litigation.


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