Ok, let’s get real for a minute here.

We’re all familiar with the term prenup, whether you’re a fan or not. However, did you know that there is a new marriage trend – the postnuptial agreement? Just as it sounds, it’s a legal agreement that is formed after you’re married for a myriad of reasons. Let’s go straight to the source, Chicago-based attorney Jennifer Guimond-Quigley to demystify this new marriage trend.

On This Podcast Episode:

As controversial as they might be, if you’re thinking about a prenup or a postnup, the first place you should start is getting some education around these hot-button documents. Jennifer Guimond-Quigley is joining us on this episode to demystify what you need to know about prenups, and breaking down the differences between postnups in a fun and an easily digestible way (no crazy lawyer speak here, just a totally educational and enjoyable conversation).

Jennifer is the owner and managing attorney at the Law Office of Jennifer Guimond-Quigley.  She realized early on in law school that she had a passion for family law and estate planning. After gaining experience in these two areas both during and after law school, Jennifer decided to start her own firm. With her solo practice, Jennifer loves having the freedom to collaborate with her clients to achieve the best results possible without the limiting constraints common to practicing with larger firms (and she’s kicking butt doing so).

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