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Antenuptial Contract

In South Africa, an antenuptial contract (ANC) is a legal document that couples can enter into before getting married to govern the division of assets and liabilities in the event of divorce or death. It's like a safety net for your financial future, offering clarity and protection for both parties.

When getting married without an ANC, you're automatically married in community of property. This means that all assets and debts acquired before and during the marriage are shared equally between spouses, regardless of who acquired them. However, with an ANC, you can choose to marry out of community of property, providing more autonomy and control over your finances.

There are two types of ANC in South Africa: with accrual and without accrual. With an accrual ANC, the growth of each spouse's estate during the marriage is calculated and divided upon divorce or death. This ensures that each party shares in the financial success achieved during the marriage while still protecting pre-existing assets. Without accrual means that each spouse's assets and liabilities remain separate throughout the marriage, and there's no sharing of assets upon divorce or death.

Creating an ANC is straightforward. Both parties must consult a notary public or attorney to draft the contract, which outlines how their assets and liabilities will be treated during the marriage and in the event of its termination. Once signed and notarized, the ANC is registered at the Deeds Office to make it legally binding.

Having an ANC doesn't mean you're planning for the worst; it's about being responsible and proactive. It allows couples to enter marriage with peace of mind, knowing that their financial interests are protected, and it encourages open communication about money and expectations. So, whether you're dreaming of a fairytale wedding or a low-key ceremony, considering an ANC is a wise step towards a secure future together.

The information on this page is not legal advice. Please engage with our team so we can assign your request to a Legal Practitioner. We look forward to being of service.

Antenuptial Contract