Ask and you shall receive! Here is the post dedicated to prenuptial agreements. I am not a family law attorney. So, I enlisted family law attorney Amneh Ataya to shed some light on prenuptial agreements for us.
Have you ever wondered about whether a prenuptial agreement may be right for you and your fiance/e? Here, family law attorney Amneh Ataya gives us the low-down on prenuptial agreements. Subscribe to this blog and receive the password to access the jam-packed 45 minute video.
In the video, Ms. Ataya answers:
- What is a prenup?
- Why should somebody get a prenup?
- How can you talk to your fiance/e about drafting up a prenup?
- Can a prenup help a couple where one person brings a lot of debt into the relationship?
- Are prenups only for the super wealthy? What about the rest of us?
- Can or should a could consider drafting a prenup on their own?
- What is a post-nuptial agreement?
- What do prenups typically cost?
..And lots more, including what the average cost of a divorce is when a couple does not have a prenup in place. Hint: It may cost even more than that expensive wedding you are shelling cash out for. Yeesh. I find myself saying “wow that’s a lot of money” at least once. Y’all know I say that a ton on here 😛
To access the video, click HERE. And, don’t forget to subscribe to receive your password!
To find Ms. Ataya, you can contact her at The Law Office Of Noelle M. Halaby, a P.C. “The law office of Noelle M. Halaby specializes in handling all aspects of family law, including those disputes or issues arising from Divorce, Post-Divorce Modifications, Child Support, Child Custody and Visitation, Spousal Support, Division of Property, Pre-nuptial or Post-nuptial Agreements, Adoptions and Guardianships.”
Not in Los Angeles? Check out Avvo.com. It’s a fantastic resource for connecting with and screening local attorneys!
Want to learn more about prenups before hiring counsel? I recommend:
Prenups for Lovers: A Romantic Guide to Prenuptial Agreements. “This ring-to-altar guide is a valentine to anyone who’s dating, contemplating marriage, living with someone, or engaged.”
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