Cohabitation | Prenuptial Agreement Ontario (Survives Marriage)
Here comes Legal Form + Video Guide #27:
Cohabitation Agreement that Survives Marriage and Becomes a Prenuptial Agreement (it’s the second one; the first cohabitation agreement TERMINATES upon marriage). If you are looking for a Prenuptial Agreement and don’t live or intend to live with your partner before getting married, then stay tuned: it will be Legal Form + Video Guide #28, coming up next!
This legal form can be used by two individuals who want to live with each other and get married, but don’t want their cohabiting or their marriage to create any financial obligations on them. This agreement essentially allows the parties to avoid creating financial obligations on themselves with respect to SUPPORT, DIVISION OF PROPERTY, and ESTATE MATTERS. There is no support. Property is divided according to ownership. And the parties release each other from claims that are derived from legislation, the common law, or based on principles of equity or the common law.
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