Create a prenuptial agreement. Have it reviewed by an attorney.
Why Get a Prenup?
If you are an entrepreneur or professional, and want to keep all your equity stakes separate from joint assets
If you own real estate with business partners or family, and want to keep it separate
If one of you is more prone to taking out more debt than the other
If both of you want to waive spousal support *In California, you must both have an attorney*
Full disclosure and transparency around both of your financial situations
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How It Works
Enter information about you and your future spouse
A prenuptial agreement is emailed to you
Have your prenup reviewed by a licensed attorney (Optional)
“After talking to friends who signed prenups, we also decided to get a prenup. Lauren had more debt, and I had more assets, so we decided to keep everything separate.”
Andrew P., Attorney and Lauren S., Attorney
“Having a prenuptial agreement allowed my husband and I to have a frank and honest conversation about the financial situations we were each in. I knew that eventually I was going to quit being a teacher and start my own company so I decided that it would be easier to keep everything separate.”
Sammy L., Investment banker and Andrea F., Teacher
Protect your future
Without a prenup, you are leaving your financial future up to your state’s laws
Fill out the questionnaire and get a prenup – it’s that easy
Prenuptial Agreements drafted by attorneys can cost $5,000 to $20,000 – Endure costs $495
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