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How it works

5 steps


Create your HelloPrenup account and invite your fiancé.

Follow the prompts and fill out the necessary information to get started.


Complete the questionnaire.

This begins with basics like your name and address, then tackles property and income.


Negotiate the terms of your prenup directly with your partner.

This allows you and your partner to spot and resolve any inconsistencies. Communication is key!


Generate your prenup!

With a click of a button, download your comprehensive and customized prenuptial agreement. Should you choose to hire an attorney to review your agreement prior to signing, you can simply bring them the easily edited Word document.


Print and sign your prenup.

Don’t forget to notarize! We’ll guide you the whole way.

Why HelloPrenup?

Clear, upfront pricing
Quick process, complete at your own pace
State-specific guidelines are followed
No Attorneys are required to create your prenup draft

Hassle-free online service

Collaborative experience you and your partner can do together
How much does HelloPrenup cost?

HelloPrenup costs a flat, one-time fee of $599 per couple.

HelloPrenup is a fraction of the cost of traditional methods. Read more about how we compare.

How long does it take to create a prenup through HelloPrenup?

On average it takes 1.5 hours to create a valid, custom prenuptial agreement through HelloPrenup.

What state should I choose?

There are a few factors that may make choosing your state a little… er, complicated:
> Do you and your fiance live in different states?
> Do you plan to move to another state soon?
> Own two houses in different states?

You are free to choose whichever state you would like for your HelloPrenup prenup, but it is common practice and commonly accepted that you should choose the state in which you plan to reside as a married couple. Your choice of state (this is what we call choice of law) determines which state will determine enforcement of your prenup in the event of a divorce.

Read more about choice of law in prenups.

Benefit your relationship by creating clarity and understanding, where there is so often confusion