Prenup Mediation

Prenup Mediation

Premarital mediation facilitates communication so that the couple can have a balanced, respectful discussion. This ensures that their prenup is tailored to their mutual and individual needs. With the help of a neutral third party, the couple works together to raise their concerns and interests and to arrive at an outcome that they can both be happy with. At a time when two people are planning their life together, mediation improves communication on important marital issues and prevents partners from becoming opponents.

At Venn Mediation, we help people work through the process of drafting pre-nuptial contracts. Some big issues prenups cover are: the division of property and finances, estate planning, debt liability, and spousal support, among others. We strongly believe mediation can get the couple to an agreement and we provide attentive service and quality results. As mediators we strive to understand each person's perspective and help the couple to determine their best potential terms of settlement. Clients benefit from two mediators, helping them negotiate, communicate and understand their options in resolving their conflict together.

The keys to a good prenup mediation are openness and honesty from the couple, and a willingness to work in good faith to reach an agreement that both sides can be happy with. Each person is asked to provide full disclosure of their finances and to put all of their concerns and ideas out in the open. The result is that the parties are in control of their future, financial uncertainty is reduced, the playing field tends to be more level, and the couple gets the added bonus of improving communication on important marital issues. Lastly, the mediation process allows for creativity and personalized solutions while enabling the couple to work together to arrive at a fair plan, should they someday choose to separate. 

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