Ontario Family Law Podcast - 4 - Enforceable Marriage Contracts

4 - How to Have an Enforceable Marriage Contract in Ontario

Ontario Family Law Podcast

4 - How to Have an Enforceable Marriage Contract

This episode on the enforceability of Ontario marriage contracts (called “pre-nups” in the United States) was recorded live at intimate and interactive discussion of family law issues.  This episode contains critical information for anyone who may need a marriage contract or cohabitation agreement: how to make that contract enforceable.  It goes over the basic rules for making a marriage contract.  John Schuman also describes some of the common reasons why judges refuse to enforce marriage contracts and cohabitation agreements. This episode should be mandatory listening for people considering a marriage contract or cohabitation agreement and people who know someone who should have such a contract.

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The Ontario Family Law Podcast is a companion to the book, Guide to the Basics of Ontario Family Law, which is available as an e-book for Amazon Kindle or Kobo, and as an iBook for iPad, iPhone and Mac, or as a paperback from Amazon and other fine book sellers.  The Guide is an easy-to-understand explanation of the basics of all aspects of Ontario Family Law, from a description of Family Court and the other ways to resolve family law matters, to a description of the most important family law topics, to tips on how to avoid common mistakes  and succeed after separation.

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If you want to know more about marriage contracts, cohabitation agreements and what you can do with them, make an appointment to speak with Certified Specialist in Family Law, Divorce Lawyer, John Schuman, by calling 416-446-5847, emailing him, or using the contact form below for a quick response.  You can also use the form below to comment on the podcast.


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