“Skittish about a Prenup? Like it or not, you already have one…”

-Forbes Magazine

Most people don’t know a dirty little secret:

Your State has written your Prenuptial Agreement for you!


When you get married, your State automatically gives you a Prenup.....

A Prenuptial Agreement is just an agreement between two parties in which they state what happens during and after a marriage. If you don’t come up with your own game plan, your home State has set up “default rules” with it’s divorce laws which will dictate what happens if your marriage ends.

Basically, that means, people who you don’t know, who know nothing about you or your situation, will be telling you how things go once if you get divorced! That is the main reason so many people say divorces are so bad. Often they are shocked when they finally learn the divorce laws.

More shocking is when they find out that if they had not avoided a Prenup, things more likely than not would have gone much differently…..

While you have been uncomfortable with getting a Prenuptial Agreement, the law has been waiting to give you one anyway!

Misconceptions lead people to believe that Prenuptial Agreements are only for rich people! Regular people need prenups too!

  • The law gives you a Prenup by creating rules triggered by divorce.
  • Prenuptial Agreements cover basics as simple as, are you going to have joint or separate bank accounts and which bank account you will use to pay your monthly bills as a married couple!
  • A Prenuptial Agreement is a good way to sit with your partner and plan out your future. It does not have to center around divorce. It can be just as much a pre-game plan and assist you in planning your future with your spouse. It can be filled with goals and expectations about a marriage.
  • People believe they got married without a Prenup! NOT! You have one!
  • People often believe that Prenuptial Agreements are only for rich people. They believe they are only about things that people with lots of money and property have…
  • People believe that if you get a Prenuptial Agreement, it means that you are expecting your marriage to fail or setting up your marriage for divorce. They believe Prenuptial Agreements are only about divorce. They believe if you love your partner, you will not have to have a Prenuptial Agreement.

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What our customers are saying...

When I was asked to sign a prenup, I was upset.  However, being married for two years and looking back, I think the discussions we had while drafting it made our relationship stronger.


The Attorney told me to start the Prenup discussion as early as possible.  I waited until the last minute because I was scared. My Fiance went nuts. She became someone I didn't know. We fought like crazy. The Attorney sent me back to the Priest for help. That saved our wedding. She never signed. We got divorced. I wish I had started the conversation much earlier. It would have saved me a lot of money and stress.


The process was a lot less painful than I thought it would be. I am not sure why I had so much anxiety. I made it clear in our Agreement, I am happy to have children, but I intend to finish school first.  The Prenup was not about money, it was about setting the tone and foundations for the journey we planned to take together. Setting standards and goals for our marital relationship was not optional.


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