Friday, April 29, 2011For their wedding day Prince William and Kate Middleton were presented with their very own “Royal” Ketubah by the British Ambassador to Israel, Matthew Gould.
Read more ...
Ketubah when translated from Hebrew can be variously spelled as katuba, kattuba, ketuba,
kettuba, or more often now with an “h” as in katubah, kattubah, ketubah, or kettubah.
The Ketubah is a significant part of a Jewish wedding ceremony. It serves as the official marriage contract and must be signed by both the bride and the groom. Ketubah is the necessary document that will give the woman her legal rights and privileges in matters involving property. The contract is enforced the moment the husband is no longer present for reasons such as death, abandonment, or divorce. Ketubah is the only Jewish marriage contract that is recognized as lawful in the State of Israel in cases of Jewish divorce. If either partner fails to meet the terms and conditions stated in the contract they can be taken to a civil court and are held fully responsible to meet their obligations.
Toronto, New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Boston, Washington, Philadelphia, Chicago, Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Baltimore, Detroit, Canada, United States, UK, Montreal, Halifax, Ottawa, Quebec, Calgary, Edmonton, Vancouver, Winnipeg, London, UK, Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, Be'er Sheva, Argentina, Moscow, Sydney, Mexico, Johannesburg, Paris, Argentina, Buenos Aires, Panama, Chile, Uruguay, Virgin Islands.