Statistically, the divorce rate in the Dominican Republic is high and rising.
Getting married in the Dominican Republic without a prenuptial agreement duly executed may entail unforeseen economic and personal consequences if divorce takes place, especially since all Dominican marriages may fall under the statutory community of assets regime except when the marrying couple properly indicate otherwise or have immediate residence abroad.
Our lawyers will guide and advice you on drafting and executing the prenup that best fits your needs. A prenuptial agreement can help you keep your finances, property and business separate, establish property rights and distribution, protect from the other spouse’s debt, protect family property and estate plan and avoid extensive divorce court proceedings.
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