Marriage contracts can be useful to different types of couples, not only parties with significant assets, and should be discussed well in advance of a wedding date, Toronto family lawyer Erin Chaiton-Murray tells AdvocateDaily.com. Watch video
"I think that as people are now getting married more often later in life, or perhaps after they've been working for a number of years and they've accumulated some assets, in those circumstances, it's certainly worth considering whether a marriage contract might be appropriate", she says.
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