- July 7, 2021
- By Kim Beatson
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Second International Forum on Nuptial Agreements Q4
Head of our Family department Kim Beatson hosted the second International Forum on Nuptial Agreements with Q&A. During the form she asked a series of questions to her international colleagues. We will be releasing a new video each Wednesday. At the end of each video there is a link which you can use to leave your feedback on the video.
The speakers will the answer the following questions:
- Do clients have to comply with any formalities if they enter into a nuptial agreement?
- What process do you use when drafting a nuptial agreement?
- Can nuptial agreements include provisions for spousal maintenance or child maintenance?
- Do clients need to choose a nuptial arrangement if they marry in your country?
- Can a nuptial agreement be varied and how?
- Are nuptial agreements binding if the couple divorce?
- Does your jurisdiction respect nuptial agreements from other countries?
The speakers are:
Dana Rone -Latvia
- Lawyer, mediator professional in Latvia
- Dana Rones Law Office
- Lāčplēša Street 37, 2nd floor, Riga LV-1011, Latvia
- Mobile phone: +371 29442637
- E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Diana Carrillo – Spain
- Specialist in litigation and advice in civil law, family law and private international law
- DIANA CARRILLO Law Firm
- Calle Barquillo, nº 22, 4º Dcha, 28004 Madrid
- Phone: 609 235 757
- Email: email@example.com
Lisa Alexander – Canada
- Lisa Alexander Law Corporation
- 500-645 Fort Streer, Victoria, B.C., Canada
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
In this video question “Do clients need to choose a nuptial arrangement if they marry in your country?” is being answered.
If you wish to leave a feedback on the videos, please click here.
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