Prenup Planner connects you with independent attorneys to draft and certify a legally binding prenuptial agreement. We are an online service that provides you with the convenience of legal counsel from expert family attorneys with no office visits necessary. For that reason are able to offer a much lower rate than you will find with a local law office.
First, we will provide you with a free consultation to learn more about you and explain the range of your Prenuptial Agreement options. Every couple is different and we offer customized agreements to accommodate your unique circumstance. Contrary to what some may think, there is no standardized or template style approach to drafting a prenuptial agreement, every contract is crafted for your specific needs. Similar to how Leo Tolstoy aptly wrote that “there are as many kinds of love as there are hearts.”
Once you have decided upon which package is right for you, we will ask you a series of questions that will allow you to decide how you would the agreement to be written. This will include topics like: what assets you would like to be separate or shared? Then you will complete a full financial disclosure including a comprehensive list of assets and liabilities. All information is kept private and confidential.
Next the attorney will complete the first draft of your prenuptial agreement based on the answers you provided. You will receive the first draft within three days of completing the questionnaire, guaranteed.
After you have had time to read it yourself, we will schedule a review session with your attorney to go over the agreement in detail, revise to your specific needs and answer any questions you may have. You can make as many revisions and speak with your attorney as needed with no additional charges. Furthermore, there are no time limitations on when this is completed.
Once you are satisfied with the draft, a separate attorney will contact your fiancé and they will go through the same process of review. Finally, when you both approve of the terms in the agreement we will send the official Prenuptial Agreement certified by the attorney signatures.
The last step will be to take the agreement to a local notary and sign it with your partner. Then you will keep the original copies for safekeeping in a safety deposit box, fireproof safe or wherever else you may keep your legal documents. As soon as your prenuptial agreement is signed and notarized, you’ve completed the process and you are ready to get married!