Prenups & Postnups
Contrary to popular belief, prenuptial and postnuptial agreements are not just for the super-wealthy-- they are a wise choice for everyone! Prenups and postnups create a binding contract between spouses that create clear, agreed-upon expectations in the event that the marriage terminates. These agreements are well-known in the divorce context, but a marriage can also be terminated in the event of the death of one of the spouses. Prenups and postnups can address both of these scenarios and create differing terms based upon how the marriage ends.
I don't have enough money or assets to justify creating a prenup
People who want prenups don't plan to stay married
My partner will question my commitment to our relationship if I bring up the topic of a prenup
Creating a prenup isn't worth the investment
If they have, then you are in good company! These are common misconceptions held by the general population. In fact, according to a 2022 Harris Poll, only 15% of Americans who have been married or are currently engaged report that they have signed a prenup.
How We Work Together
Because of our commitment to spreading the good word about prenups, we think it is only right to be completely transparent with our pricing. To sign up for prenuptial or postnuptial drafting services with our firm, the retainer is $2,500. The majority of marital agreements that we draft can be completed within this budget. Factors that could increase cost may include complex financial portfolios and/or the parties needing a longer timeframe to negotiate and agree on certain terms of the agreement.
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