Once your antenuptial contract has been registered, the notary public will provide you with the original contract. This deed serves as proof that your contract has been registered at the deeds office and is legally valid and enforceable.

It’s important to keep this document in a safe place, as you may need to present it in the future to prove that you and your spouse entered into an antenuptial contract. You may also want to make copies of the document and keep them in separate locations for added security.

If you ever need to amend or cancel your antenuptial contract, you will need to go through the same registration process again and obtain a new notarial deed. Your attorney can guide you through this process and help ensure that all the necessary steps are taken to protect your legal rights and interests.