Prenuptial agreements

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What is a prenuptial agreement?

It is a pre-matrimony contract that two people make before getting married or moving in together, relating to the assets that they own or may own, to include them or not in the conjugal/patrimonial society. These are pacted before marriage or defacto common law living situation, this agreement is turned into a public deed.


  • IDs of both interested parties
  • Detailed relation of the assets (both personal property and real estate)
  • Relationship with the liabilities.
  • Evaluation of the assets.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can prenuptial agreements be modified?

Yes, everything can be modified, via public deed. In order to carry out this process, the same people who were at the consentment must be present.

What types of assets can be capitulated?

All personal property that is owned by the person and which they do not want to add to the social agreement; as well as real estate, money and values that are reserved with the end goal of acquiring assets that they do not wish to have included in the social agreement.

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