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Marriage

Make it official

Say “I do” with the help of a Notary to enjoy peace of mind, knowing that all the legal aspects of your marriage are handled so that you can focus on enjoying your special day!

 

As a practicing Notary for the province of Quebec, Mtre Kadas is recognized as a marriage officiant, who can legally solemnize your marriage.

Make it official

Say “I do” with the help of a Notary to enjoy peace of mind, knowing that all the legal aspects of your marriage are handled so that you can focus on enjoying your special day!

 

As a practicing Notary for the province of Quebec, Mtre Kadas is recognized as a marriage officiant, who can legally solemnize your marriage.

A marriage officiated by a Notary implies a personalized ceremony. Your marriage can be performed in English or in French, at the location of your choice, with flexibility offered as to the time and day of your celebration.

 

Prior to your wedding, you benefit from a one-on-one consultation to have all your questions about the legal consequences of marriage answered. We work with you to customize your ceremony to ensure that it best reflects who you are as a couple. We handle the publication of the notice of marriage prior to the celebration and the registration of your marriage in the register of civil status after your ceremony.

You can sign a marriage contract, commonly referred to as “prenup”, prior to your marriage or during your marriage. To be valid, a marriage contract must be signed in front of a notary. Although certain rights and obligations apply to married couples regardless of the signing of a marriage contract, others can be modified based on your objectives as a couple.

 

In your marriage contract, you can choose your matrimonial regime, and decide on how your property, other than the property included in the family patrimony, will be administered and how it would be divided in the event of dissolution of the marriage. You can also include donations to your spouse and/or children and outline your intentions following death in your marriage contract.