A marriage contract is only valid if it is concluded before the marriage. After a couple`s marriage, they can draft a marriage contract. Marriage contracts can be changed or revoked at any time. Some couples add a sunset provision that terminates the contract after a certain period, z.B. ten years. A valid defense against a breach of the promise of marriage is the plaintiff`s refusal to marry the defendant. Subsequently, the defendant cannot defend himself by subsequently offering to marry the applicant. The applicant`s engagement to another person at the time of entering into a contract with the defendant does not constitute a defence. Similarly, the applicant`s marriage to another party after the defendant`s offence does not excuse the defendant from responsibility for an offence. Unattractive personality traits or offensive behaviors such as drunkenness cannot be used as a defense.
However, if the offensive conduct is a criminal offence, it may be used as a defence against the applicant in the event of a breach of the promise of marriage. If Sarah wants to protect her business and future growth, she should have Brad sign a marriage contract. Otherwise, any future increase in the value of the business during the marriage would likely be shared between the two parties. Without prenup, if Brad has sometimes helped Sarah do business, a judge may find that the case is a marital fortune and shares the case. Sarah needs to hire an expert to do a business valuation. To remedy this situation, the movement promotes a marriage contract in which the couple agrees to carry out their divorce, if it occurs, before a rabbinical court. If the parties marry using the provision, their respective remittances would remain separate for the life of the marriage. In the event of dissolution of the marriage, whether by death or divorce, the spouse with a smaller provision would be entitled to the spouse with the greatest provision for half of the difference between his provision values. . . .