Do We Need a Marriage Contract?: Understanding How a Legal Agreement Can Strengthen Your Life Together
Written by Michael G. Cochrane, LL.B.
Published by John Wiley & Sons Canada, Ltd., 2010.
|Congratulations! You've decided to get married. It's
a wonderful time, but there's more to think about than just the perfect wedding
Marriage is more complicated than it used to be. People are marrying later in life and perhaps for the second or third time. Often they are bringing more assets and more liabilities into the relationship, blending children from previous relationships, and generally facing all kinds of new challenges. Marriage contracts, wills and Powers of Attorney are all valuable ways to set your expectations in advance.
Do We Need a Marriage Contract? is written in clear, nontechnical language and includes real-life examples based on Canadian cases. Cochrane includes a sample marriage contract to address the critical issues you need to be aware of, including:
About the author: Michael G. Cochrane, LL.B., has been practicing law in Ontario for 30 years and is a partner with the firm Ricketts, Harris LLP. He is the author of a number of books, writes a regular column for Zoomer magazine, and speaks frequently on a variety of legal topics to average Canadians. Mr. Cochrane has hosted Strictly Legal, a legal affairs show on BNN and has appeared as a guest legal expert on many radio and TV programs.
From the same author:
Do We Need a Cohabitation Contract?: Understanding How a Legal Agreement Can Strengthen Your Life Together
Surviving Your Divorce: A Guide to Canadian Family Law
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