If you and your partner are getting married, you may want to consider consulting with an attorney about a prenuptial agreement. Whether or not you ultimately decide that a prenuptial agreement is for you, many couples find that these conversations help lay the groundwork for their marriage. These discussions give you the chance to talk about what is important to each of you—and how you can structure your marital partnership to achieve those values. And, of course, in the event of a separation, a prenuptial agreement can help reduce the emotional and financial costs of an already difficult situation.

As an attorney-mediator, I offer several approaches to discussing the possibility of signing a prenup. As your neutral mediator, I will help facilitate conversations between you and your partner. If you do choose to pursue a prenup, I will incorporate those discussions into a binding agreement. Alternatively, I can serve as your attorney and negotiate the terms of your agreement with your partner's counsel. And, of course, if you and your partner already have a draft prenuptial agreement, I can be retained to review the proposed agreement and ensure that it reflects and achieves your goals.

If you are interested in learning more about my services, you can reach me by email at bryana@turnerdivorcemediation.com, by telephone at (646) 491-9008 or by contacting me HERE.

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