Stoner is an attorney and mediator in private practices; Irving holds a law degree from U. of California-Berkeley, and edits many Nolo titles. Their practical guide is designed to help couples who are planning to marry to decide whether or not they want a prenup, what terms to include in it, and how to put the terms into a legally binding document—with the assistance of attorneys—which, as the material and financial counterpoint to their wedding vows, supports and reflects the same spirit of partnership with ...
1. A Prenup Primer
2. Is a Prenup Right for You?
3. Deciding on the Specifics
4. Understanding Your State & Law
5. Assembling Your Draft Agreement: The Basics
6. Additional Provisions for Your Prenup
7. Turning Your Draft Into a Binding Agreement
8. Working Together
9. After You've Made a Prenup
Appendix:Prenup Worksheets & Summary of State Prenup Laws