What Does a Post Nuptial Agreement Cost?
If you are asking yourself, “how much does a post nuptial agreement cost,” there are no clear-cut answers.
How much you pay to create a post nuptial contract will depend on several factors such as the complexity of your financial situation, whether or not a financial audit needs to be done, the degree to which you and your spouse are in agreement on the terms and provisions of the post nuptial and whether you create the document yourself, use a family law mediator or consult an attorney.
If you use the services of an attorney, the fees that you are charged can range significantly from a flat fee for a simple post nuptial agreement to rates as high as $500 an hour.
To give you a general idea of what to expect, here are some average estimates for the cost of getting a post nuptial agreement.
There are do-it-yourself post nuptial agreement forms, books, and software available for around $50.
Online post nuptial agreement services are available in the range of $100 to $250.
The average fees charged by attorneys for an uncomplicated, straightforward post nuptial agreement typically start at $1000 and go up to around $3000.
- Complicated post nuptial agreements, which require complex negotiations, with significant assets and provisions involved, can start at $10,000.
According to Psychology Today, the average cost of a pre nuptial agreement, which is on track with what people will pay for post nuptial agreements, is anywhere from $2500 to $7000. However, there have been cases where putting together a post marital agreement can cost as much as $50,000!. Get your post nuptial agreement by clicking here.