Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreements Can Be Done with Collaborative efficiency.
The old approach to prenuptial agreements instantly makes at least one spouse worried.
Traditionally, one lawyer (representing either the bride or groom) would unilaterally draft an agreement without any input from the other spouse. When received by the other spouse, the immediate reaction is to feel like they have not been considered.
In contrast, a Collaboratively Processed prenuptial or postnuptial agreement uses a totally different approach. Nothing is drafted until both bride and groom get together with their collaboratively trained lawyers and learn the benefits and possible detriments involved in signing prenuptial or postnuptial agreements. In this way, the concerns of both the groom and the bride are considered and addressed before any document is prepared. The understandings reached during these discussions provide the guidance both lawyers need to consider everyone’s interests. Rather than resentment and suspicion, the agreement evolves using consideration and concern. Which process will increase family harmony and respect? Collaborative Process!