This time of love, unity and mutual trust, is in fact the most suitable time for formulating a mutual agreement. While Jewish tradition perceives marriage as a supreme value, it recognizes the possibility of a different reality that requires being prepared ahead of time. Signing the Tzohar Prenuptial Agreement constitutes a guarantee for separation proceedings that are fair.
- A social and spiritual innovation for couples in Israel
- Based on values of equality and mutual respect
- This agreement is both halachically sound and legally valid
- Reduces distress and unnecessary expenses
- Decreases the phenomena of "Get" (deed of divorce) refusals
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" The Tzohar Prenuptial Agreement is intended to guarantee that couples remain together out of choice, love and equality and not out of a lack of mutual respect. The Tzohar Prenuptial Agreement is signed before the wedding"
We will confirm that it has been signed correctly
and that the copy will be saved in our archives
while the two original copies you signed will remain in your hands.
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Proverbially – We all buckle up in a safety belt prior to a journey despite the fact that we hope that we will not be involved in an accident. If we knew for sure that an accident would take place during any given journey, we would most certainly forgo taking that journey. Nonetheless, we buckle up and travel knowing that if we all buckle up –those of us who need a safety belt will be strapped in. While a safety belt in the vehicle does not prevent accidents, it minimizes the damage. This also applies to this agreement – while it does not prevent crises, it does substantially minimize the damage if, Heaven forbid there is a crisis.
In contrast, premarital agreements deal with the manner of dividing the property in the event of separation. The "Agreement of Love" includes a section that suggests signing a premarital agreement regarding property as well as turning to an external arbitrator for settling all property issues between the spouses.
Tzohar in Numbers
People married through Tzohar
during past year
People have married through Tzohar
since its establishment
volunteer rabbis who conduct