Drafting Prenuptial Agreements: The Who, Why, What, When, and How (Online Seminar)

MCLE Credits: 1.5
Ethics Credits Included: 0.0

MCLE Credit: 1.5 (Ethics: 0.0)
Live-Interactive Credit: 0.0
Price: $110 (Includes a downloadable audio version.)
Viewable Through: 8/31/2018


A pre-recorded streaming VIDEO replay of the August 2015 webcast, Drafting Prenuptial Agreements: The Who, Why, What, When, and How.

Topics covered include:

  • Who should consider prenuptial agreements
  • Why prenuptial agreements are beneficial
  • What prenuptial agreements can address
  • When prenuptial agreements should be drafted and executed
  • How prenuptial agreements are enforced

Domestic relations attorneys are often required to help parties determine whether they need some form of agreement to protect assets prior to marriage or cohabitation. Regardless of whether your clients ultimately ask you to negotiate or draft a premarital agreement, you have an obligation to inform them of what the law provides in the absence of such an agreement and what an agreement can accomplish. You must know the legal parameters, the ethical issues, and how to properly guide your clients. Don’t miss this opportunity to engage in a discussion with experienced family law practitioners regarding the who, why, what, when, and how of prenuptial agreements.

PLUS, gain advice on how to discuss this delicate topic with your clients, and learn how to deal with third parties.




Julie M. Cillo, Owen and Owens / Richmond
Julie M. Cillo is an experienced family law attorney, handling contested and uncontested family law matters throughout Chesterfield, Short Pump, Richmond, and Central Virginia. An attorney with Owen and Owens, she has focused on family law, including but not limited to divorce, equitable distribution, custody, child support, alimony, property settlement agreements, QDROS, prenuptial agreements, and other domestic relations issues for over 18 years.

Mrs. Cillo is a Fellow in the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers. “The AAML, founded in 1962, selects the most highly regarded negotiators and litigators in the nation who are leaders in the domestic relations field. To be represented by a Fellow of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers is to be represented by a leading practitioner in the field of family law. The AAML Fellows across the United States are generally recognized by judges and attorneys as preeminent family law practitioners with a high level of knowledge, skill and integrity” — AAML. Currently, Mrs. Cillo is one of only 56 Fellows in Virginia.

In addition to her practice, Mrs. Cillo serves on the Board of Governors for the Virginia Trial Lawyers Association and holds leadership roles in a number of other civic and professional organizations working for the citizens of Virginia. She has been recognized repeatedly as a Super Lawyer and Legal Elite in family law.


Kari E. Jackson, Hall & Hall, PLC / Richmond
Kari E. Jackson is an associate family law attorney at Hall & Hall, PLC. She handles contested and uncontested family law matters throughout the Richmond area.      

During her time as an undergraduate at University of Georgia, she interned for Senator Mark R. Warner’s office. Ms. Jackson received her Juris Doctor from the University of Richmond School of Law. While attending the University of Richmond, she interned for Dennis E. Jones & Associates in Abingdon, Virginia, and she was a student law clerk for the Richmond Circuit Court. Ms. Jackson was a member of the Trial Advocacy Board and was the Articles and Index Editor for the Journal of Law and Public Interest while attending law school. She also worked as a student associate for the Children’s Defense Clinic located in Richmond, Virginia. She co-authored an appellate brief and presented oral argument in front of the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals. She joined Hall & Hall in November 2014.

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