Getting married is an exciting time and a lot of planning needs to be done. You must not just plan the wedding day, but also for those fabulous days after the wedding. Knowledge is power and that is why I will explain the three different options of getting married and the practical implications thereof, so that you can make an informed decision. Should you decide to get married out of community of property (with or without the accrual) both parties must sign an ante nuptial contract in the presence of a notary prior to the day you get married. So please do first sign your ANC before you say "I DO"!
Call me if you want professional advice and personal service in a time efficient manner. I can consult with you at a time and place that suits you.
The fee for an ante nuptial contract includes the following:
We will have a consultation and I will explain everything to you, after which the contract will be drafted and both bride and groom will sign it simultaneously in my presence, as required by legislation. You will receive a copy of the signed contract and a certificate for the marriage officer. Then you can focus on your wedding day and I will ensure that the ante nuptial contract is registered at the deeds office. After registration you will receive the original for safe keeping.