About I Do Prenups, LLC

Welcome to I Do Prenups, LLC, where we’re rewriting the story of prenuptial agreements. We understand that planning for the future is an essential part of any relationship, and we believe in making this process transparent and personal. With a commitment to excellence and innovation, we’re here to guide you through the journey of protecting your interests while embracing the love that brought you together.

Through our premium services, one of our experienced attorneys will provide you with traditional legal services and help you create a prenuptial agreement suited to your specific goals and desires. If you have any questions or concerns, reach out to our team. We are here for you every step of the way.

 

Features & Benefits

Premium Services

Our premium services are a great fit for those seeking an attorney’s in-depth legal advice and expertise. A dedicated attorney will consult with you to help you draft a thorough, all-encompassing prenuptial agreement. Since this option is a traditional legal service, an experienced attorney will be ready to assist you and answer any questions you have.

Premium services can be all digital (via Zoom) or in person. We can complete every step in the process from beginning to end without you having to ever leave your home. You are also more than welcome to make an appointment with our office.

I Do Prenups requires that you request a prenuptial agreement 45 days or more before the wedding date. We do this to protect the integrity of your prenup. Both parties must make full and fair financial disclosures. Those must be finalized before the wedding date.

An attorney can provide legal advice and representation to only one party ethically. We cannot represent both of you. That is unethical under Colorado law. We are happy to help your fiancé find an attorney.

All documents related to the prenuptial agreement process will be securely stored. 

We also provide cohabitation agreements and postnuptial agreements through our premium services.

Below are the key steps in our premium services process.

What Is the Process for Creating My Prenuptial Agreement?

Call Us and Schedule an Appointment

Contact Us 45 days or more before your wedding date

Complete Financial Disclosures

Fill out our questionnaire

Meet with your lawyer

Lawyer Begins Drafting

Each Of You Should Have a Lawyer.

 Negotiations will begin.

Sign the Agreement

What Is the Cost?

A prenup created through our premium services will generally cost between $3,500 – $10,000, depending on you.  

How Much time does it take?

Depends on you, and the complexity of your prenup. Most people find it takes about 6 weeks. 

Online Services: Coming Soon

We will also be offering two options for those who would like an all-online, no-attorney experience.

 

Kimberly R. Willoughby
Founder & CEO

Meet the founder of I Do Prenups, Kimberly R. Willoughby. Kim has been practicing law in Colorado since 1994. She has earned a reputation as one of the premier family law attorneys in the state. With over 30 years of experience in drafting prenuptial agreements, divorce litigation and estate planning, Kim has unique and in-depth experience related to prenuptial agreements.

Kim has dedicated her career to advocating for her clients and shaping the legal landscape in Colorado. As a premier family law attorney, Kim has earned a reputation for her unwavering commitment to excellence and her passionate approach to helping individuals navigate complex legal matters.

Kim is the only rostered attorney in the United States who is a Fellow of both the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (AAML) and American College of Trust and Estate Counsel (ACTEC). Kim is currently the only attorney listed with Chambers and Partners as a Band 1 Family Law Attorney for High Net Worth individuals for Colorado.  Kim is licensed in Colorado and South Dakota.

Kim’s expertise serves as the cornerstone of I Do Prenups’ mission.

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Awards and Distinctions

Published Appellate decisions

  • Kim co-authored an article with Wendy S. Goffe and Peter M. Walzer entitled “When Estate Planning and Marital Agreements Collide” – Part I and Part II
  • Kim contributed a chapter to the book How to Be a Lawyer: The Path from Law School to Successwritten by Jason Mendelson and Alex Paul. 
  • Realizing the Value of Hard to Value Assets,” American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers Journal, Fall, 2021.
  • The Price of Vice,” with Ron Seigneur, Family Lawyer Magazine, June 29, 2021.
  • Contributing Author, “The Double Dip Debate,” Business Valuation in Divorce, Fourth Edition, 2019.
  • Colorado’s New Uniform Premarital and Marital Agreements Act,” with Susan L. Boothby, The Colorado Lawyer, March 2014.
  • Changes to Colorado’s Uniform Probate Code,” with Elizabeth Bryant and Constance Beck Wood, The Colorado Lawyer, December 2010.
  • Family Relationships,” Senior Law Handbook, Colorado Legal Education, first published in 2010 and updated every year through 2019.
  • “Family Law,” Lawyers’ Professional Responsibility in Colorado, 3rd Edition, first published in 2010 and updated every year through 2019.
  • Relocation in Family Law Cases,” The Colorado Lawyer, March 2006.
  • “Think of Me When Preparing Marital Agreements,” Trusts and Estates Newsletter, Colorado Bar Association, January 2005.
  • Death and Divorce,” The Practitioner’s Guide to Colorado Domestic Relations Law, 2nd Edition, first published in 2010 and updated every year through 2019.
  • Kim presented on June 6, 2023 at ENGAGE (AICPA and CIMA) on Estate Planning for the Greying Divorce.
  • Kim presented in New York City on May 5, 2023 to the New York Chapter of AAML on Estate Planning During Divorce.
  • Kim presented to the UCLA Continuing Education Board Estate Planning Institute on April 20, 2023 on Prenuptial Agreements.
  • Kim presented at the 67th Annual Estate Planning Seminar in October, 2022: “When Estate Planning, Marital Agreements and Divorce Collide: How to Avoid Unintended Consequences” with Wendy Goffe and Peter Walzer.
  • Kim presented at the ACTEC National Conference in San Diego, March 11-13, 2022: “Irrevocable Trusts and Marital Agreements.”
  • Kim presented to a joint conference of the National American College of Employee Benefits Counsel (ACEBC), the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel (ACTEC), and the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (AAML) on March 5, 2021: “The Impact of ERISA Preemption on Estate Planning and Marital Matters.”
  • Kim presented to the National AAML Midyear Conference on March 12, 2021: “Avoid a Pyrrhic Victory: Trust Resolutions in Divorce.”
  • “Trust Distributions,” American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, November 5, 2020, and American Law Institute, November 9, 2020.
  • “Did I Say I Do? Addressing and resolving issues associated with common law marriage in estate planning and administration,” with Amy K. Rosenberg, 2020 Domestic Relations and Probate Institute, September, 2020.
  • “Be Afraid. Be Very Afraid. But Do Not Despair – How Divorce Attorneys and Your Own Clients May Make You Regret that Prenup You Drafted, and How to Avoid It,” Trusts and Estates Annual Retreat, Santa Fe, New Mexico, June 6-8, 2019.
  • “Double Dip Debate,” AAML/BVR National Divorce Conference, Las Vegas, Nevada, May 10, 2019.
  • “The Price of Vice: Issues with Cannabis and Other ‘Vice’ Businesses,” AAML/BVR National Divorce Conference, Las Vegas, Nevada, May 10, 2019.
  • “Valuation of Unique Assets,” AAML Annual Conference, Chicago, Illinois, November 9, 2017.
  • “Appointment of GALs in Domestic Cases,” Colorado Judicial Conference, Vail, Colorado, September 11, 2017.
  • “Prenuptial Agreements: A High-Level Discussion with Colorado’s Premier Practitioners and Judges,” Presented by Colorado CLE, February 16, 2017.
  • “Double Dipping: Webinar for Business Valuation Resources,” January, 2017.
  • “Grey Divorce: Special Considerations for Elders Involved in the Dissolution of Marriage Process,” with Melinda Moses, Esq., 2016 Elder Law Retreat, August 26, 2016.
  • “A High-Level Discussion about the Interplay between Goodwill and Maintenance: Expanding the Double Dip Debate,” AAML Colorado Chapter, December 2015.
  • “Uniform Pre-Marital and Marital Agreements Act and Colorado Civil Unions Act,” Family Law Update, Denver, Colorado, October 25, 2013.
  • “Colorado Civil Union Act,” Colorado Women’s Bar Association Annual Conference, Vail, Colorado, May 18, 2013.
  • “Modifications to the Uniform Probate Code,” Estate Planning Retreat, Vail, Colorado, June 17-19, 2010.
  • “UPC and the Law,” Trusts and Estates Update, Denver, Colorado, December 11, 2009.
  • “Standards of Value,” Business Valuation Program, National CLE Conference (LEI), Vail, Colorado, January 3, 2009.
  • “Cohabitation Agreements,” Relationship Agreements, CLE International, Denver, Colorado, August 12, 2005.
  • “Death and Divorce: The Intersection of Family Law and Probate,” Family Law Section’s Annual Spring Family Law Update, May, 2002.

  • In re A.C.B., 2022 WL 67869 (Colo. App. 2022).
  • In re Marriage of Crouch, 2021COA3 (2021).
  • In re Marriage of Rooks, 16SC906, 2018 CO 85 (Colo. App. 2018).
  • In re Parental Responsibilities of A.R.L., 318 P.3d 581 (Colo. App. 2013).
  • In re Madrone, 290 P.3d 478 (Colo. 2012).
  • In re Marriage of Sorenson, 166 P.3d 245 (Colo. App. 2007).
  • In re Marriage of DePalma, 176 P.3d 829 (Colo. App. 2007).
  • In re Marriage of Ciesluk, 113 P.3d 135 (Colo. 2005).
  • In re E.L.M.C., 100 P.3d 546 (Colo. App. 2004).
  • In re Marriage of Dorworth, 33 P.3d 1260 (Colo. App. 2001).

Selected Publications

  • Kim co-authored an article with Wendy S. Goffe and Peter M. Walzer entitled “When Estate Planning and Marital Agreements Collide” – Part I and Part II
  • Kim contributed a chapter to the book How to Be a Lawyer: The Path from Law School to Successwritten by Jason Mendelson and Alex Paul. 
  • Realizing the Value of Hard to Value Assets,” American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers Journal, Fall, 2021.
  • The Price of Vice,” with Ron Seigneur, Family Lawyer Magazine, June 29, 2021.
  • Contributing Author, “The Double Dip Debate,” Business Valuation in Divorce, Fourth Edition, 2019.
  • Colorado’s New Uniform Premarital and Marital Agreements Act,” with Susan L. Boothby, The Colorado Lawyer, March 2014.
  • Changes to Colorado’s Uniform Probate Code,” with Elizabeth Bryant and Constance Beck Wood, The Colorado Lawyer, December 2010.
  • Family Relationships,” Senior Law Handbook, Colorado Legal Education, first published in 2010 and updated every year through 2019.
  • “Family Law,” Lawyers’ Professional Responsibility in Colorado, 3rd Edition, first published in 2010 and updated every year through 2019.
  • Relocation in Family Law Cases,” The Colorado Lawyer, March 2006.
  • “Think of Me When Preparing Marital Agreements,” Trusts and Estates Newsletter, Colorado Bar Association, January 2005.
  • Death and Divorce,” The Practitioner’s Guide to Colorado Domestic Relations Law, 2nd Edition, first published in 2010 and updated every year through 2019.

Selected Seminars

  • Kim presented on June 6, 2023 at ENGAGE (AICPA and CIMA) on Estate Planning for the Greying Divorce.
  • Kim presented in New York City on May 5, 2023 to the New York Chapter of AAML on Estate Planning During Divorce.
  • Kim presented to the UCLA Continuing Education Board Estate Planning Institute on April 20, 2023 on Prenuptial Agreements.
  • Kim presented at the 67th Annual Estate Planning Seminar in October, 2022: “When Estate Planning, Marital Agreements and Divorce Collide: How to Avoid Unintended Consequences” with Wendy Goffe and Peter Walzer.
  • Kim presented at the ACTEC National Conference in San Diego, March 11-13, 2022: “Irrevocable Trusts and Marital Agreements.”
  • Kim presented to a joint conference of the National American College of Employee Benefits Counsel (ACEBC), the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel (ACTEC), and the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (AAML) on March 5, 2021: “The Impact of ERISA Preemption on Estate Planning and Marital Matters.”
  • Kim presented to the National AAML Midyear Conference on March 12, 2021: “Avoid a Pyrrhic Victory: Trust Resolutions in Divorce.”
  • “Trust Distributions,” American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, November 5, 2020, and American Law Institute, November 9, 2020.
  • “Did I Say I Do? Addressing and resolving issues associated with common law marriage in estate planning and administration,” with Amy K. Rosenberg, 2020 Domestic Relations and Probate Institute, September, 2020.
  • “Be Afraid. Be Very Afraid. But Do Not Despair – How Divorce Attorneys and Your Own Clients May Make You Regret that Prenup You Drafted, and How to Avoid It,” Trusts and Estates Annual Retreat, Santa Fe, New Mexico, June 6-8, 2019.
  • “Double Dip Debate,” AAML/BVR National Divorce Conference, Las Vegas, Nevada, May 10, 2019.
  • “The Price of Vice: Issues with Cannabis and Other ‘Vice’ Businesses,” AAML/BVR National Divorce Conference, Las Vegas, Nevada, May 10, 2019.
  • “Valuation of Unique Assets,” AAML Annual Conference, Chicago, Illinois, November 9, 2017.
  • “Appointment of GALs in Domestic Cases,” Colorado Judicial Conference, Vail, Colorado, September 11, 2017.
  • “Prenuptial Agreements: A High-Level Discussion with Colorado’s Premier Practitioners and Judges,” Presented by Colorado CLE, February 16, 2017.
  • “Double Dipping: Webinar for Business Valuation Resources,” January, 2017.
  • “Grey Divorce: Special Considerations for Elders Involved in the Dissolution of Marriage Process,” with Melinda Moses, Esq., 2016 Elder Law Retreat, August 26, 2016.
  • “A High-Level Discussion about the Interplay between Goodwill and Maintenance: Expanding the Double Dip Debate,” AAML Colorado Chapter, December 2015.
  • “Uniform Pre-Marital and Marital Agreements Act and Colorado Civil Unions Act,” Family Law Update, Denver, Colorado, October 25, 2013.
  • “Colorado Civil Union Act,” Colorado Women’s Bar Association Annual Conference, Vail, Colorado, May 18, 2013.
  • “Modifications to the Uniform Probate Code,” Estate Planning Retreat, Vail, Colorado, June 17-19, 2010.
  • “UPC and the Law,” Trusts and Estates Update, Denver, Colorado, December 11, 2009.
  • “Standards of Value,” Business Valuation Program, National CLE Conference (LEI), Vail, Colorado, January 3, 2009.
  • Cohabitation Agreements,” Relationship Agreements, CLE International, Denver, Colorado, August 12, 2005.
  • “Death and Divorce: The Intersection of Family Law and Probate,” Family Law Section’s Annual Spring Family Law Update, May, 2002.

Cindy Jones
Chief operations officer

Cindy is our Chief Operations Officer at I Do Prenups and an experienced paralegal. She has worked with Kim for many years. She is dedicated to estate planning and prenuptial agreements.

Cindy believes you should never stop learning and she values the interactions with clients that teach her so much. Everyone has a story to tell and it is amazing what you can learn when you just listen. She loves the variety in her work and is always willing to take on any tasks to help her coworkers and our clients. We love that life is never dull with Cindy around.

FAQ

At I Do Prenups, we understand the complexities of divorce, and that’s why we’re here to guide you through it. Our attorney-free, Colorado-specific prenup equips you with the tools to define your divorce terms on your terms. Address vital aspects like asset division and financial responsibilities upfront, ensuring a seamless experience that minimizes uncertainty and conflict for both parties involved.

A prenuptial agreement isn’t just about protecting assets; it’s about preserving your family’s legacy. Ensure that heirlooms and cherished possessions remain within your family, passing down through generations. If business interests are part of your equation, a prenup can outline how they’re managed, securing both your family’s future and your enterprise’s success.

As you explore the world of prenuptial agreements and their impact on your family’s journey, we’re here to address your concerns. We’ve compiled a list of frequently asked questions (FAQ) related to the journey ahead. Dive into the answers below and gain deeper insights into how I Do Prenups can pave the way for a secure future.

Absolutely! A prenup ensures your business remains intact, even in the event of divorce. Craft provisions that address ownership, control, and asset division, granting you peace of mind that your business is shielded.

Without a prenup, asset division and financial responsibilities adhere to Colorado laws, which may not align with your preferences. With IdoPrenups, you can take control by establishing your own terms, reducing conflicts and legal battles. By creating a personalized prenuptial agreement, you can establish your own terms and protect your assets.

Absolutely. I Do Prenups allows provisions for college expenses, outlining financial commitments towards your children’s education. Secure their educational future with a personalized prenuptial agreement. With I Do Prenups, you can include provisions for college expenses, outlining each party’s responsibilities and financial contributions towards their children’s education. Ensure a secure future for your children’s education with a tailored prenuptial agreement.

Absolutely not. A thoughtfully created prenuptial agreement is designed to provide clarity and assurance, especially regarding financial matters. By establishing clear terms for asset division and financial responsibilities, a prenup can actually reduce post-divorce financial uncertainties, allowing both parties to move forward with confidence in their financial well-being.

Prenups typically comply with existing laws but should be reviewed and updated periodically. I Do Prenups offers easy revisions, ensuring its ongoing relevance and effectiveness amid evolving laws and circumstances.

Certainly! I Do Prenups lets you sidestep costly attorney fees. Crafting your prenup online eliminates the need for expensive consultations, making the process accessible and affordable. With I Dp Prenups, you can save significant costs compared to traditional attorney fees. By creating your personalized prenuptial agreement online, you eliminate the need for expensive legal consultations, making the process more affordable and accessible.

I Do Prenups simplifies prenup creation. No more endless attorney meetings – complete the process from home and save valuable time. I Do Prenups streamlines the process of creating a prenuptial agreement, allowing you to complete it from the comfort of your home. This eliminates the need for multiple meetings with attorneys, saving you valuable time and ensuring a faster turnaround.

Absolutely! Co-crafting a prenup fosters open communication and transparency, reducing conflicts and animosity. Embrace a more amicable divorce process with I Do Prenups.  By empowering you and your partner to create a prenuptial agreement together, it helps open communication and transparency. This collaborative approach reduces potential conflicts and animosity, promoting a more amicable and less toxic divorce process.

A Colorado-specific prenup aligns with state laws, ensuring its enforceability and protection, not just within Colorado, but anywhere you may reside. I Do Prenups tailors your prenup to Colorado’s legal requirements, safeguarding your interests in court if needed. This means that even if your circumstances change and you move to a different state, your prenup remains a strong legal document that upholds your rights and intentions.

Absolutely! An attorney-free prenup from I Do Prenups holds the same legal weight. Our platform guides you through the process, ensuring comprehensive coverage and protection. An attorney-free prenup from I Do Prenups is legally binding and holds the same weight as one created with a lawyer’s assistance. Our platform guides you through the entire process, ensuring you cover all necessary aspects and protecting your interests effectively.

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