Oregon Prenuptial Agreement | Laws

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Updated January 23, 2023

An Oregon prenuptial agreement is a contract that allows a couple to control the future of their property and assets before getting married. While some prenuptial agreements contain provisions relevant during marriage, the primary function of the document is to plan for a possible divorce or death of a spouse. The agreement will identify and separate the financial interests of each party to ensure that neither spouse’s debts are incurred by the other. Likewise, the agreement can prevent one spouse’s assets from being taken away from them when the marriage dissolves.

Signing Requirements (§ 108.705) – The document must be signed by both spouses. Notary acknowledgment of the signatures is recommended.