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Did you know...? Las Vegas' Clark County issued 77,006 marriage licenses in 2021. That means the average number of marriage licenses issued per day last year was 211. (Source: Clark County Nevada Clerk Marriage & License Statistics)

Couples who get married in Nevada are lucky because they qualify to enter into a Nevada Prenuptial Agreement.

 

While many may lose their shirts in Nevada's World-Class casinos, a Nevada wedding means they hit the jackpot of states with dedicated laws that make it easy to enter into a binding prenuptial agreement.

 YOU CAN SIGN A LEGALLY BINDING NEVADA PRENUPTIAL AGREEMENT IF YOU ARE GETTING MARRIED IN NEVADA, EVEN IF YOU DON’T LIVE IN THE STATE. 

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NEVADA LAW EMBRACES PRENUPTIAL AGREEMENTS

 

Nevada is one of 29 jurisdictions in the United States that has adopted a version of the Uniform Premarital Agreement Act (UPAA). Nevada adopted its version of the UPAA (NRS Chapter 123A) in 1989 to clearly set forth the requirements for a couple to enter into a legally valid Nevada prenuptial agreement. To this day there is a Chapter of the Nevada Revised Statutes that is dedicated to presenting marrying couples straightforward, easy-to-understand “instructions” for how they can enter into a legally compliant Nevada prenuptial agreement.

Did you know...? A premarital agreement depends on a couple getting married to become an enforceable agreement (123A.060). When you get married in Nevada, you are performing under your Nevada Premarital Agreement. NRS 123A.050 of the UPAA specifically allows couples to choose Nevada law to govern their prenuptial agreement.

 
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OUR SERVICES:
FLAT-FEE PREMARITAL AGREEMENT PACKAGES

We work for both parties to the marriage when preparing a Nevada Premarital Agreement. That means that neither party was represented by an attorney -- so neither party had an "unfair advantage".

 

Prenup Pros is a licensed, bonded prenuptial agreement preparation firm that works with couples who want to enter into a Nevada Premarital Agreement before tying the knot. We draft customized prenuptial agreements under the Nevada Uniform Premarital Agreement Act based on the terms desired by both parties. Learn More about Prenup Pros Here.

CUSTOMIZED NEVADA PRENUPTIAL AGREEMENT -  $1,795.00

WHAT'S INCLUDED:

  • PRENUP PLANNING CONSULTATION.  Your prenup pro will schedule a call with you to explore the terms to include in your prenup that will best fit your needs, and answer any questions you may have.  This conversation is a critical part of the process because your input is what allows us to draft a custom agreement for your specific situation.

  • FAST TURNAROUND. Your draft will be completed and sent to you for review within 7-10 days after we get all of the information we need to prepare your customized premarital agreement from you.

 

  • PRENUP REVIEW CONSULTATION.  After both of you have had the opportunity to read and discuss your draft prenuptial agreement, you will schedule a follow-up call with your prenup pro.  During this call we will answer any questions from both parties, make sure you understand the document, and discuss any changes that may be needed.

  • A CUSTOMIZED, READY-TO-SIGN PRENUP.  Prenup Pros will make any changes needed to finalize your prenuptial agreement based on the follow-up call, and send the execution copy to you for signature.

  • PRIVACY.  The information you share and everything you discuss with our firm will be treated as strictly confidential.

IMPORTANT-Your wedding date must be at least 10 days away from the date Prenup Pros is engaged for this package. If your wedding date is less than 10 days away, you must request a 24 Hour or 48 Hour Rush Service Package, as described below.

DO I NEED A
PRENUP?

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Unfortunately, many marriages don’t have a fairy tale ending.  According to analysts and attorneys:

  • 41% to 50% of first marriages end in divorce

  • 60 to 67% of second marriages end in divorce

  • About 74% of third marriages fail

Responsible adults routinely prepare for disasters as an obvious part of their everyday lives, but they generally protect against catastrophic events that have less than a 5% chance of occurring.  With the chances of a “marital disaster” approaching 50% or higher, it might be worth at least considering the pros and cons of a prenup

A premarital agreement can be drafted to provide for a minimum amount of alimony to be paid to either spouse in the event of a divorce, in whatever amount and for how long a marrying couple agrees.  When a couple can agree on alimony terms in their prenuptial agreement, they can get married with peace of mind and confidence because they made a fair deal in advance—just in case things don’t go as planned.

CUSTOMIZED NEVADA PRENUPTIAL AGREEMENT -  48 HOUR RUSH SERVICE - $2,500.00   (Wedding is 5-9 days away)

WHAT'S INCLUDED:

  • PRENUP PLANNING CONSULTATION.  Your prenup pro will schedule a call with you to explore the terms to include in your prenup that will best fit your needs, and answer any questions you may have.  This conversation is a critical part of the process because your input is what allows us to draft a custom agreement for your specific situation.

  • FAST TURNAROUND. Your draft will be completed and sent to you for review within 48 hours after we get all of the information we need to prepare your customized premarital agreement from you.

 

  • PRENUP REVIEW CONSULTATION.  After both of you have had the opportunity to read and discuss your draft prenuptial agreement, you will schedule a follow-up call with your prenup pro.  During this call we will answer any questions from both parties, make sure you understand the document, and discuss any changes that may be needed.

  • A CUSTOMIZED, READY-TO-SIGN PRENUP.  Prenup Pros will make any changes needed to finalize your prenuptial agreement based on the follow-up call, and send the execution copy to you for signature.

  • PRIVACY.  The information you share and everything you discuss with our firm will be treated as strictly confidential.

IMPORTANT-We reserve the right to decline an engagement if we will not have enough time or capacity to prepare your prenuptial agreement before you are scheduled to get married.

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CUSTOMIZED NEVADA PRENUPTIAL AGREEMENT -  24 HOUR RUSH SERVICE - $2,995.00   (Wedding is 2-4 days away)

WHAT'S INCLUDED:

  • PRENUP PLANNING CONSULTATION.  Your prenup pro will schedule a call with you to explore the terms to include in your prenup that will best fit your needs, and answer any questions you may have.  This conversation is a critical part of the process because your input is what allows us to draft a custom agreement for your specific situation.

  • FAST TURNAROUND. Your draft will be completed and sent to you for review within 24 hours after we get all of the information we need to prepare your customized premarital agreement from you.

 

  • PRENUP REVIEW CONSULTATION.  After both of you have had the opportunity to read and discuss your draft prenuptial agreement, you will schedule a follow-up call with your prenup pro.  During this call we will answer any questions from both parties, make sure you understand the document, and discuss any changes that may be needed.

  • A CUSTOMIZED, READY-TO-SIGN PRENUP.  Prenup Pros will make any changes needed to finalize your prenuptial agreement based on the follow-up call, and send the execution copy to you for signature.

  • PRIVACY.  The information you share and everything you discuss with our firm will be treated as strictly confidential.

IMPORTANT-We reserve the right to decline an engagement if we will not have enough time or capacity to prepare your prenuptial agreement before you are scheduled to get married.

 

What is a Prenuptial Agreement?

Prenuptial Agreements are contracts entered into by couples prior to and in anticipation of marriage, so they are commonly referred to as Premarital Agreements or Antenuptial Agreements.  Because people generally use those terms interchangeably, we often just refer to them as Prenups. ​A well-drafted prenuptial agreement sets the rules by which a married couple operates should they ever separate and/or divorce down the road.

 

WHAT GOES IN A NEVADA PREMARITAL AGREEMENT?

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The terms of a prenup agreement are very personal. You can find standard prenuptial agreement forms online, and there are guides on how to write a prenuptial agreement. However, in the Real World there is not a “one size fits all” prenuptial agreement template that will work for every couple.

Every person getting married is unique.

Everyone has different goals and needs that can’t be squeezed into a standard prenuptial agreement template.

 

From a big-picture perspective, the content and terms of marital agreements are generally driven by a couple’s desire to “opt out” of certain default state laws that would otherwise determine their marital rights, but which might lead to fighting in the event of a divorce.

Prenups are essentially written to allow a couple to agree on marital rights and divorce terms that supersede and replace those default state marriage and divorce laws that often force couples to lawyer up and battle it out in court. People who sign a premarital agreement or a postnuptial agreement (signed after marriage) embrace a set of terms that clarify and resolve such important topics as the ones discussed below.

SET FAIR ALIMONY TERMS

It is very common for couples to enter into a premarital agreement under which they completely waive (forgo) the right to receive alimony (also called "spousal support") in the event of divorce. 

 

However, many people do not realize that a prenup agreement can actually guarantee the right to payment of some amount of alimony if the marriage is dissolved, and choose the conditions for payment of alimony (e.g. $50,000 in alimony to a spouse who is unemployed at the time of divorce).

For the most part, a couple entering into a prenup can freely agree to whatever alimony terms make them comfortable to enter the marriage, given their unique personal situation.

 

Couples who agree on alimony payment terms in their premarital agreement can enjoy peace of mind that enables them to embark on the wonderful roller coaster of marriage with more confidence, optimism and excitement because they know that they will be on the same page during even the toughest of times.

 
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MANAGING SEPARATE PROPERTY

A popular use of a prenuptial agreement is to keep each spouse’s Separate Property separate during the marriage, meaning "free from any marital claims in the event the marriage is dissolved".

 

When couples decide to keep their respective Separate Property separate, it typically includes separate property owned prior to marriage, and separate property purchased or inherited during the marriage.

A couple can also choose to keep income and debt resulting from separate property separate, until they voluntarily choose to acquire property and debt jointly as “marital property”.

HOW TO SHARE MARITAL PROPERTY

A premarital agreement offers a couple the opportunity to agree on how to divide their jointly owned “marital property” if the marriage does not go as planned.

 

It is common for couples to enter into written prenuptial agreement that avoids the need to rely on a divorce court judge to decide how to divide their joint marital property. Using a prenuptial agreement to decide how to fairly share marital property may avoid the need to ever have to argue about it in divorce court.

 

For example, a prenuptial agreement might say that in the event of divorce, the spouses divide and share all of their marital property evenly (50/50), except for real estate they buy together, which they share pro rata according to each spouse’s percentage of contributions to the property.

 

 Prenup terms like the above example remove the need to have a divorce court decide how to divide a couple’s marital property, and give each spouse certainty and clarity as to what rights they would have if they decided to divorce for any reason.

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IMPORTANT: There are many other terms that are typically included in prenuptial agreements beyond those three concepts and topics introduced above. The above list of concepts commonly included in premarital agreements is not at all exhaustive, or even close.

Family lawyers and analysts have confirmed that more couples than ever are requesting prenuptial agreements before getting married.  Millennials have made prenups the latest wedding trend, and many progressive couples have made considering a prenuptial agreement an essential item on their wedding planning checklist.

DID YOU KNOW? A prenuptial agreement is a private document between a marrying couple, and no one else.

A prenup does not get filed with any local, state or federal agency, and couples often choose to keep the terms confidential.

 

Examples of Prenuptial Agreement Terms:

  • Some people want to keep the property they bought before the marriage as separate property, unless they decide to contribute it to the marriage. This happens frequently, like when a couple opens a marital checking account and deposit their separate income to pay for their everyday living expenses.

 

  • You can agree to maximum amount of alimony  (also called "spousal support") in the event of a divorce.  For example, you can agree that either spouse can receive up to $70,000 of alimony if needed at the time of divorce, but only if the marriage has lasted more than five (5) years.

 

  • Other couples decide to keep their finances separate throughout the marriage and agree to waive the right to ask for spousal support if they divorce.

ABOUT PRENUP PROS

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Prenup Pros Doc Prep LLC (Prenup Pros) is a registered, licensed and bonded document preparation service that provides affordable, flat-fee Nevada Prenuptial Agreements to couples who are getting married in (or live in) the State of Nevada.

 

The only service that Prenup Pros provides is drafting prenuptial agreements that are intended to comply with Nevada's Uniform Premarital Agreement Act, customized to include the terms that a marrying couple wishes to cover. Since Prenup Pros is a licensed Nevada document preparation service (and not a law firm), we help both parties to the marriage get a prenup that is the right fit for them -- and fast. This is not an "online form service", Prenup Pros is the real deal.

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At Prenup Pros, we believe that every couple planning to marry should at least consider entering into a premarital agreement. A well-drafted and legally enforceable prenuptial agreement can eliminate conflict in a divorce, because many of the rights and decisions that cause couples to fight can already be decided.  If prepared correctly, a premarital agreement should increase the chance that a divorcing couple can avoid a trial and keep things friendly.

We know that the prospect of entering into a prenup is a serious subject for marrying couples, so everyone at Prenup Pros is a Certified Premarital Counselor who can address the marital questions that arise when couples consider entering into a prenup.

Prenup Pros is committed to the pursuit of excellence in the preparation of Nevada premarital agreements and total customer satisfaction.​ Schedule a free consultation today to learn more!

 
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