How Should I Approach Creating A Prenuptial Agreement?

You and your partner want to write your prenup together, and as such you should consider hiring a mediator to assist you with the process.

By Douglas Schoenberg
July 02, 2007
NJ FAQ/Legal Issues

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Engaging in an adversarial process to do your prenuptial agreement is the worst thing to do leading up to a wedding. A mediator can facilitate communication between the 2 of you and help you do your prenuptial agreement in a non-adversarial way.

Douglas Schoenberg is an accredited divorce mediator (NJPAM), attorney, practitioner member of the Academy of Family Mediators in Summit, NJ.

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July 02, 2007
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