Traditional Attorney Services Non Attorney Mediation Services

What We Can Do for You?

JustPrenups offers services as a either an attorney or as a mediator for your prenuptial agreement.


As an attorney, JustPrenups may represent one partner as that partner’s attorney. As an attorney, we can review your prenup, or we can start drafting an original.


As a mediator, JustPrenups works with both partners together on their mediated prenup on their schedule for their unique needs – usually at a flat rate.

Our staff cannot act as both mediator and attorney, or else we would break ethical rules that are designed to protect you, the client.

Let’s look more closely at our two different ways  that we can accomplish your marital agreement goals:

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  • Each partner is separately represented by an attorney. The attorneys exchange drafts of the prenup as each attorney advocates for that partner. Eventually, the two sides agree on terms.
  • The process may be adversarial as each side is lobbying for only that side’s best interests.
  • Attorneys tend to bill by the hour as neither side knows how long the partners will require to reach agreement, which may need only 1 draft, but may need 6 drafts. Each draft and each hour of work have a price tag attached.
  • Attorneys are loyal only to their client. When attorney W represents the wife, attorney W has no duty to the husband. Likewise, the husband’s attorney owes no duty to the wife. Attorney W keeps the confidences of the wife and has the duty to keep her information confidential.
  • Attorneys may provide legal advice to their client. They may not provide legal advice to the opposing side (i.e., the other partner). You cannot know what your partner’s attorney holds as confidential from your partner.


  • Both partners work on their prenup via the guidance of a mediator. The couple must work together to reach agreement on terms with enough opportunity to think through consequences and options.
  • Disclosure of financial, legal, and other information occurs between the partners. The mediatior ensures the both sides understand the critical role of disclosure in supporting the prenup contract.
  • The process tends to be friendlier and more teamwork-oriented as the couple’s first response to any clause in the prenup is to ask the partner’s opinion.
  • The mediator must remain neutral and cannot advocate for either party or for any particular position. The mediator cannot be alone with only one partner in any commuications; both must always be present. All information is out in the open.
  • Mediators often bill at a flat rate that includes mediation sessions, finalizing the partners’ satisfaction with each other’s disclosure, and finalizing the prenup itself.

Partner with us: How should we handle your prenup?

JustPrenups is qualified to offer either service listed above. Our attorneys may act as your lawyer (i.e., legal representation), or we may act as trained mediators for both you and your partner (i.e., a mediated prenup).

In both services, we cover Florida prenuptial agreement requirements, and we explain the prenuptial agreement process involving thorough, transparent financial disclosure.

If you have unique circumstances involving immigration, inheritances, a nasty ex-spouse, child support or alimony related to a previous union, protection from creditors, a family business, or something not listed here, we can work with you.

Let’s talk.

JustPrenups provides remote consultations so that you can accomplish your goals with us from anywhere.

We offer convenient, flexible hours to accommodate a “meet and greet” via Zoom so that you can learn about our services.

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