Do you mean a prenuptial agreement? A marriage certificate is what you get from the county that you get married in to show that the two of you are able to be married, etc. A prenuptial agreement would outline the intent you have going into marriage. Usually, prenups include provisions for what happens to assets and debts acquired during marriage. It can also waive or limit spousal support, or include special circumstances that the parties agree on. There aren't other "standard" provisions, aside from boilerplate paragraphs regarding certain parts of the law. Probably would be best to consult with an attorney for a prenup agreement as it an have major ramifications at divorce.
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