The cost to register an antenuptial contract can vary depending on several factors, including the complexity of the agreement and the fees charged by the notary public. In general, the fees may include:

Notary public fees – the notary public is responsible for drafting and registering the antenuptial contract, and their fees can vary depending on their experience, location, and other factors.

Deeds office fees – the deeds office charges a fee to register the antenuptial contract and issue the notarial deed.

Vat – value-added tax (vat) is charged on notary public fees.

Other expenses: depending on the circumstances, there may be other expenses involved in the registration process, such as courier fees, travel expenses, or fees for additional legal advice.

It’s important to discuss the fees and expenses involved in registering your antenuptial contract with your attorney upfront so that you have a clear understanding of the costs involved. Your attorney can provide you with a detailed breakdown of the fees and help you navigate the registration process efficiently and cost-effectively.