A prenuptial agreement is a contract made between a couple prior to marriage. It dictates their legal rights and obligations in the event of divorce or separation.

These types of agreements typically include information such as property, debts, and assets, as well as support obligations and the division of property and debts if the marriage breaks down.

However, prenuptial agreements do not include child custody and access. This is determined by the court during the time of divorce or separation.

Also, you cannot enter a prenup if you are already married, but you can enter a postnuptial agreement.

Prenups can get tricky since you want to make sure each member of the relationship is treated fairly and no one is taken advantage of. Be sure to contact a prenuptial agreement lawyer in Edmonton before signing anything.