Thinking about getting married? You may be wondering if you should get a prenuptial agreement. In this episode, Kimberly Cook, a divorce professional, explains why prenups are for everyone—not just the rich and famous!
Prenups can provide transparency and protection to both parties in case of divorce and even those with fewer assets may benefit from one. Learn more about how prenuptial agreements work, when it’s ideal to discuss one, why post-nuptial agreements exist and what to do if your state doesn’t uphold them.
Tune in now for all the information you need to know about why you should get a prenup!
About Our Guest
Kimberly A. Cook, Esq. is a divorce attorney, Mediator, and founder of Grown Girl Divorce, LLC, a divorce resource company. She is known for successfully negotiating complex financial and custody matters while helping her clients navigate their next steps forward. Kimberly’s expertise and her unique ability to disseminate complex information in a relatable way has made her a sought-after divorce coach, speaker, and podcaster. She truly believes that everyone deserves to be in healthy and happy relationships and is on a mission to educate and empower others to make that happen.
Kimberly earned her B.A. from Spelman College and her law degree from The Catholic University of America. She is a Fellow of the Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, the country’s premier organization for family law practitioners, and an active member of American Bar Association, Jack and Jill of America, Inc., Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, and the Economic Club of Chicago.
She has been featured in various publications, including, The Chicago Daily Law Bulletin, Chicago Lawyer Magazine, Crain’s Chicago, Black Enterprise, Thrive Global, and Business Insider. In recognition of her hard work and dedication to the practice, Kimberly is the recipient of several notable awards, including Crain’s Chicago Notable Minorities in Law, Super Lawyers, and Best Lawyers In America.
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