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Western Cape Antenuptial Contracts

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Hofmeyr and Haude

Hofmeyr and Haude Inc is a dynamic and innovative firm of attorneys committed to providing exceptional service to our clients. Our deep sense of commitment, collaboration, innovative

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VisagieVos Attorneys

Congratulations on the big engagement and the fast-approaching wedding! The most important thing about your big day will be the promise that you make to the one you love in front of all

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Ashersons Attorneys

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Ashersons, established in 1920, is one of the oldest law firms in South Africa which prides itself on offering a diverse range of superior legal services to cater for your everyday legal

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Bluett Maasdorp Attorneys

Congratulations on your upcoming marriage! Before you and your loved one say "I do", it is essential that you both educate yourself on the different marital regimes that exist

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BM Attorneys

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Based in Cape Town, we are an agile law firm able to deliver customised legal services to suit your needs. Our wealth of experience, both individually and working together as a team will

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Nordien Law

Nordien Law is a modern boutique law practice that understands our clients' needs and objectives. We are committed to expeditious service delivery without compromise to quality and we offer

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Antenuptial Contracts in Western Cape

Paper work isn't everyone's forte and when it comes to planning a wedding, the antenuptial contract is really the last thing any bubbly couple wants to stress about between arranging the flowers and tasting cakes. Consulting a Western Cape marriage lawyer is therefore an essential point on the planning agenda and, while it's not exactly the most riveting task, it's better to get it out of the way, sooner rather than later.

Now, as touchy a subject as this might be, signing a wedding agreement isn't something that needs to be a depressing affair. Instead of looking at it in the sense of “planning for divorce”, it's best to consider the antenuptial contract as a safeguarding method – after all, if you're going to live happily ever after, you'll never even have to talk or think about it again.

Should you fail to draw up or sign an antenuptial contract before the big day, you'll automatically be married within community of property – in other words, "what's mine is yours, darling". Times have changed however, and as most of these Western Cape based marriage lawyers will tell you, tying the knot in community of property is no longer a recommended port of call.

Instead it's advisable to opt for out of community of property which, before you worry about the details, offers more than one option in terms of splitting the wedding pot – be sure to ask your lawyer about it when drawing up your wedding agreement. But let's not get ahead of ourselves just yet – for now, first focus on finding a lawyer whom you trust with your marital affairs, to help you set up your antenuptial contract and sort out the finer legal details.