Interspousal Agreements

Without an interspousal agreement, property and assets are subject to The Family Property Act during a divorce. For those who want special consideration in the event of a death or separation, an interspousal agreement (e.g. prenuptial agreement, cohabitation agreement) is essential to protecting their interests.

These agreements are commonly used to protect the inheritance of children from a previous marriage, the interests of a business partner, or any other allocation of assets that does not follow The Family Property Act.

Prenuptial Agreements
Cohabitation Agreements

If you would like to discuss your agreement options, we are here to help you find the option that suits your situation.