BOSTON, August 9, 2022 (Newswire.com) - Family Law Attorney turned legal-tech startup CEO Julia Rodgers, Esq., recently published an article in The Boston Business Journal.
As part of The Business Journals Leadership Trust—an invite-only network of influential business leaders, executives, and entrepreneurs—Julia offers a unique perspective and reality regarding prenuptial agreements. The article debunks outdated notions of "uncommitted partners" and "gold diggers." Alongside that, the popularity of prenups is presented by fascinating statistics. For example, a statistic published by USA Today found that "From 2008 to 2016, the U.S. divorce rate dropped 18%, driven by Millennial couples."
While addressing the critical points of prenuptial agreements, potential pitfalls are also acknowledged and discussed. Potential pitfalls of prenups are characterized by whether or not they "could make a prenup unenforceable down the line."
"In my experience, most couples opt for a prenup to create clarity around their finances. Most often, couples are interested in protecting the following (but this is not an exhaustive list): Premarital assets, Inheritance or monetary gifts, and Debt," says the article's author & CEO of HelloPrenup, Julia Rodgers, Esq.
Boston-based HelloPrenup is the leading and original online platform offering affordable and accessible prenuptial agreements at a fraction of the traditional cost. HelloPrenup seeks to improve prenup experiences by providing a prenup within hours rather than months. HelloPrenup believes that all couples deserve the right to protect their financial security with an approachable, affordable, and collaborative prenup—regardless of their net worth.
Prenuptial agreements provide overwhelming benefits for couples regardless of how big or small their assets and debts may appear. Getting on the same page before marriage proposes opportunities for couples to mitigate some of the leading causes of divorce (i.e., money and kids) and obligations during the marriage (e.g., financial responsibilities, property division, etc.). Visit HelloPrenup.com to learn more.