We have a simple process for drafting and reviewing prenuptial agreements.

1. Discuss

It's important to have an honest, open conversation with your future spouse. It's may not seem romantic, but studies show that clarity about financial roles, responsibilities, and expectations may actually reduce the risk of divorce.


For tips about how to discuss a prenuptial agreement with your future spouse, check out this blog post.

2. Consult

Schedule a consultation. Explain your goals. Learn your rights. We'll answer your questions and explore your options.

3.  Draft

We'll draft your agreement and take care of the required financial disclosures - with simplicity.

4.  Review and Finalize

Each fiance has the opportunity to review, consult with independent counsel, negotiate terms, and propose revisions. ​

5. Sign

Once approved by all, fiances and attorneys sign.



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