Drafting the agreement is not the issue. Exchanging schedules of assets, debts, and tax returns is the issue. Discussing the needs of the client and negotiating an agreement is the next part. Read the Code. Both parties should have attorneys and there must be a cooling off period. Typically attorneys each charge around $2500 but I have know it to be as high as $25,000.
Amount of time to draft PNA and represent you in matter will vary depending on complexity of each party's estate, negotiation process, other factors.
Attorney doing the work in best position to estimate time required. Ask attorney for an estimate.
As you can imagine, your opinion that there are "no complex issues" may differ substantially from an attorney's opinion on the same subject. I've charged both ways over the years, and have found that I almost always spend more hours than would equal the flat rate that i've charged. Keep in mind also that the greatest risk to an attorney drafting a prenuptial agreement isn't that the attorney won't make enough money charging one rate or another, but that the attorney will be liable for any mistakes he/she makes for as long as the agreement is in effect. Asking for an estimate is a very good idea. merrisnaugle.com
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