Step 1: Consultation
Schedule a no-hassle free consultation with an attorney. Your free consultation is strictly confidential meaning you should be honest and upfront about the information that you provide the attorney. Take this opportunity to ask all of the important questions that you might have so that you can decide if a prenuptial agreement is right for you.
Step 2: Preparation
Once you have given the green light, your attorney will request all the important personal information from you that is needed to draft your customized documents. Once your attorney has received all of the necessary information, your document drafts will be provided in just a few days. Expedited services are available for an additional charge and may be required if your wedding date is right around the corner.
Step 3: Finalization
Within a few short days the first draft of your documents will be sent to you for review. If any of the wording needs a technical revision, your attorney will be sure to make the changes for you. This is all included in our flat fee*. Once your documents are finalized, you will be provided with specific instructions on how to properly sign them. Don’t forget to keep your documents in a safe place!
*Most of our prospective clients are quoted a price based on a flat fee structure instead of being required to pay a large upfront retainer and being charged at an hourly rate. The attorney will be able to provide a price quote at the time of consultation and decide whether a flat fee structure would be most suitable given the prospective client’s needs.