No no. As a general rule, any couple who is considering marriage can enter into a marriage contract. The woman appealed to independent legal counsel in which her lawyer told her not to sign the deal, that it was a bad deal and that it was the worst deal she had ever seen. The woman decided to sign the agreement against the Council. The agreement provided for the signing of another agreement in the same way within 30 days. The woman`s lawyer again urged her not to sign, especially if she considered the woman was under pressure to sign the agreement. The wife signed the second agreement, which removes the first agreement, but was otherwise similar. The parties then separated about 4 years after the signing of the first agreement. It would make it enforceable with marriage. The implementation of the terms of a marriage contract should lead to simplifying the process of real estate liquidation after the failure of a relationship and guarantee both parties how the property is divided. . . .