Prenuptial AgreementsIf you and your fiance are arguing over prenuptial agreements, we can help you sort through your emotions, understand why you’re upset, and discuss prenup terms without anger and anxiety. Prenuptial agreements are neither good nor bad, but if you don’t handle them well they can create lasting resentment that will weaken your marriage. 

If you’re asking for a prenup, you may want an agreement that spells out how your existing money will be handled during the marriage and protected in case the marriage goes awry. 

If you’ve been asked to sign a prenup, it may seem to you that your fiance doesn’t trust you and wants to keep his or her assets out of your reach.  

We help couples understand the underlying reasons for their prenup.

Whether you’re the one who wants a prenup or the one who is unsure how to respond to it, it’s important to slow down and pay careful attention to all the details. Financial and legal advice for each of you is a must. 

We help couples discuss their prenup calmly, find solutions, and resolve hurt feelings.

It’s equally important, however, to talk about the emotional reasons for the prenup and to understand how it will affect the quality of your marriage over time.

We are marriage counselors, not lawyers. We will not give you legal advice. But we will provide a forum where you can discuss the prenup calmly, find solutions to thorny issues, and resolve hurt feelings.

If you would like more information about how we can help you with your prenup, call us or E-mail us now to schedule a free consultation with one of our counselors.

Watch this video to hear a Divorce Attorney Explain Prenups.