Puerto Rico prenuptial agreements offer future spouses a way to establish legally binding agreements on how they will govern finances and property, but only prior to their wedding. In Puerto Rico, you cannot do a postnuptial agreement (an agreement after you get married), nor can you alter or amend your prenup. So how does this […]
How do you get married by double proxy for U.S. immigration? If you’re stationed outside of the United States and looking to get married by proxy in Montana, then consider using a double proxy marriage company.
At 406 Proxy, we get asked this a lot: “…is a double proxy marriage legal in (choose state or country)…” The answer is yes, but only double proxy marriages performed in Montana for a Montana resident or active duty military member. In case you were curious, here is the Montana law, Title 40, Chapter 1,