On average, a postnuptial agreement will cost about $2,000, with average prices ranging from $1,000 to $3,000. But – that’s only the cost if your finances are uncomplicated. Couples negotiating complex issues, or who live in major urban areas, can expect to pay anywhere from $7,000 to $10,000 or more according to PostNuptialAgreement.org.
You can find do-it-yourself options for postnuptial agreements for about $50 or online services for $100 to $250, but having a lawyer draft the agreement is an absolute must if you want your agreement to be fair and stand up in court.
*Disclaimer – These fees are always changing, and this is not an actual quote. If you need an experienced postnuptial agreement attorney contact Ogborne Law to start your initial consultation.
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