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Is she willing to sign one?
Thank you. You will need to retain an attorney. The attorney can draft the prenup and you will need to be ready to disclose all your assets at this time, so she is aware of what you have, what she may be entitled to and what she will be giving up. Once it is drafted, she will need to consult with counsel as well, to make sure her legal rights are protected and the prenup is not so one sided, that it eliminates all her rights. Of course, you can negotiate and add things in the prenup, if you want, but it should be drafted by a family law attorney and she will need to be advised about it, so she can not come back and contest it
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