Conclusion of marriage
The marriage can take place in a church or in a civil wedding ceremony. Before the ceremony, impediments to the marriage must have been examined. When you enter into a marriage, both of the spouses are granted a marital right to each other’s property. However, you can sign a prenuptial agreement if you want to specify that the property will be divided in some certain way when the marriage ends.
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Marriage affects your financial situation and benefits
Getting married will affect some practical things in your life.
The spouses may restrict each other’s right to their personal property with a prenuptial agreement. Both spouses have to give their consent to this.
Marriage ceremony options
You can get married at the Local Register Office, in a district court, in a church or on the premises of some other religious society.
Examination of impediments to marriage
All couples who wish to marry must apply for a certificate of investigation of impediments to marriage.
Deciding on the surname in a marriage and cohabitation
Partners getting married and partners living in cohabitation have many options to choose from when deciding on their surname.