Prenuptial Agreements

A prenuptial agreement, antenuptial agreement, or premarital agreement, commonly abbreviated to "prenup", is a contract entered into prior to marriage, civil union or any other agreement prior to the main agreement by the people intending to marry or contract with each other. The content of a prenuptial agreement can vary widely, but commonly includes provisions for division of property and spousal support in the event of divorce or breakup of marriage. They may also include terms for the forfeiture of assets as a result of divorce on the grounds of adultery; further conditions of guardianship may be included as well. Child custody and child support cannot be dealt with in a premarital agreement.

Post-Nuptial Agreements
This is the same as a prenup, but it is executed after the parties marriage.

Collaborative Divorce vs. Mediation

Both mediation and collaborative divorce help couples sort through a variety of issues, including child custody, the division of property and debt, retirement benefits, child support and other matters in a way that’s designed to keep both parties focused on solutions. Both processes aim to minimize expenses, streamline red tape and avoid conflict.