Anything that was acquired by one of the two partners during marriage is generally considered common marital property belonging to each partner in the same way. However, a marriage contract may be used to exclude certain assets from the consideration of matrimonial property or “collective property”. PandaTip: This is a likely area of attack, so the parties might want to initialize this clause to show that it has been read and understood. If either party has used legal advice (whether common or isolated), it should be included in the above clause, since it confers the validity of this marriage contract. 11.6 Both parties guarantee that this marriage contract is fair and accurately reflects their intention in general and with regard to past and future assets and liabilities. If you prefer to take a hands-on approach, download one of our free marriage contract templates and fill it out yourself. Be sure to include the full name and address of each spouse as part of the contact information. . . .