What you need to know about prenuptial agreements

You probably aren’t thinking about prenups while you’re basking in that newly-engaged glow, but check out this advice from divorce attorney and founder of HelloPrenup, Julia Rodgers, about why you should consider one before you head down the aisle.

A prenuptial agreement (or as the kids say, “prenup”) is a legal agreement between two fiancées who are engaged to be married. A prenup must be executed before marriage. That’s right, you cannot wait until after the big day to create your prenup.

Back to Basics: What is a prenup & what can it do?

If you do not have a prenup in place and you get divorced, the divorce law of your state will determine how your property will be divided. So it's important to have a prenup in place on YOUR terms in case of the unexpected.

What happens if I don’t get a prenup?

Generally, yes, if you work with an attorney to draft a custom prenuptial agreement it can be quite costly. But, of course, we have a savvy alternative to share!

Aren’t prenups expensive and time consuming?

HelloPrenup is an affordable option for preparing your prenup. Their service costs just $599 per couple.  (The traditional route can cost closer to $5,000!)  Plus, HelloPrenup is a time-efficient process. It takes about 1.5 hours to complete and download your agreement!

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