Getting Split Ready Episode 16.1: Agreeing in Case You Disagree – The Benefit of Pre and Postnuptial Agreements

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Sometimes the way to eliminate animosity in a marriage and during a divorce is anticipating where the friction can occur and coming to agreement prior on any issues. Additionally, there can be benefit when problems arise in putting an agreement together to assist in managing these differences.

Join us for an in-depth discussion with Rachel Hernandez of from Hernandez Hoag Legal Solutions, LLC on the basics of pre and postnuptial agreements.

Also joining the discussion are Alexander Blalock from the Law Offices of John F. Baker on parenting agreements, Joyce Marter, LCPC Psychotherapist, Writer and Speaker from Urban Balance, and Mark R. Machinic, CPA, CVA, MAFF, CDFA on divorce and taxes.

Rachel Hernandez Family Law Attorney

About Rachel Hernandez

With experience as Assistant State’s Attorney in Boone and Winnebago counties, Rachel has extensive experience with criminal and civil matters, and has developed a passion for bringing justice to children and victims of violent crimes.

Rachel’s firm, Hernandez Hoag Legal Solutions, specializes in the creation of more peaceful resolutions for families, including mid-marital agreements for reconciliation, mediation, collaboration and uncontested divorce.

Rachel serves on the Board of Directors for the Community Crisis Center in Elgin, and is a member of the Kane County Bar Association, the Illinois State Bar Association (serving on the Solo Small Practice Committee), the International Association of Collaborative Practitioners, the Collaborative Law Institute of Illinois, Illinois Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, and serves on the Northern Illinois College of Law Alumni Council.

This Episode of the Getting SplitReady Podcast Sponsored by:

Heartland Family Mediators

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