What is the CWJ Agreement for a Just and Fair Marriage?
The CWJ prenup is an agreement meant for Jewish couples who marry in accordance with halakha.
It addresses the halakhic challenges of both get refusal (when a spouse is unwilling to grant a get) and aginut (when a spouse is unable to grant a get).
Suitable for those marrying through the Israeli Rabbinate, as well as for those marrying in private halakhic ceremonies
Just sign and send!
No need to sign in front of a notary & no need to appear in court
for couples who truly respect each other
Includes both a civil agreement, as well as a halakhic bill
For peace of mind
when you marry
"I have done a close reading of CWJ's Agreement for a Just and Fair Marriage, as well as the halakhic addendum -"the shtar " - and I am persuaded that these documents are halakhically sound and applicable, and are appropriate for our time."
Rabbi Daniel Sperber
So how do you sign CWJ's Agreement? It's simple.
Testimonials from couples who have signed the Agreement for a Just & Fair Marriage
Jonathan Howard and Lior Shapira
The signing of the Agreement was clearly an item on our wedding checklist. As much as the wedding hall. Divorce can be painful, cruel and dirty, and it is not always possible to know how the other side will respond if the marriage unravels. We were glad to be able to ameliorate a painful processes while we're still happy, in love, and want the best for each other. Hopefully, we'll never need to use it.