A “Prenup” is a written agreement signed before you marry where you decide how your financial world will be governed once you marry. It may outline how your assets and debts will be divided in the event of divorce, but it is often much more than that. If you have children from prior marriages or relationships, a Prenup can address whether your children will inherit your family home, or it may determine what will happen if you inherit during the marriage. These are prepared for a flat fee of $2,500. Check out our pre-nup blog article here.
A “Post-nup” is an agreement made after you marry where you decide how your assets and liabilities will be divided up in the event of divorce. These are prepared for a flat fee of $2,500.
Many couples who have decided to live separately but not divorce often choose to have a written agreement setting forth how their time sharing & separate households will work at this time in their lives. It is not required to separate before divorcing, however you can certainly choose to do so with or without plans to eventually divorce.
Changes to previous agreements or Final Judgments can be mediated and court documents prepared. These are typically charged at the hourly rate unless a clear agreement to the modification has already been reached.
If you are getting divorced and want to change your name back, this can be done within the divorce itself for no additional charge. If you are already divorced and didn’t change your name during the divorce, you can still get this done in a separate process. We can prepare everything you need.