HelloPrenup disrupts marriage registries with prenuptial agreement gift cards

Prenup agreement platform pioneer HelloPrenup recently added a new feature to its website that unveils a new “wedding gift” for engaged couples – prenuptial gift cards.

BOSTON – July 6, 2022 – (Newswire.com)

Pioneering prenup platform, HelloPrenup, recently added a new feature to its website that unveils a new wedding gift — bridal gift cards. Although at first glance the idea of ​​offering a couple a prenup may seem strange, it is certainly not unheard of in the prenup industry. HelloPrenup is proud of its collaborative process and now offers the option of a collaborative payment method.

Prenuptial agreements are sometimes discussed not by newly engaged couples but rather by friends or family members. Digital gift cards for HelloPrenup’s services are a great gift to help someone you care about build and protect their financial roadmap. Gift cards can be purchased at HelloPrenup official website in a range of price options from $99 to $599.

“We are thrilled to offer gift cards and believe it allows friends and family of engaged couples to share in the success of their relationship,” says Julia Rogers, CEO of HelloPrenup.

HelloPrenup is the leading online delivery platform offering affordable prenuptial agreements at a fraction of the traditional cost, with closed agreements created in hours rather than months, fostering a collaborative process that dramatically improves the experience of a couple.

Prenuptial agreements offer overwhelming benefits for couples, no matter how much their assets and debts may appear. Being on the same page before marriage offers couples the opportunity to mitigate some of the major causes of divorce (i.e. money and children) and obligations during marriage (i.e., financial responsibilities, division of property, etc.). Visit HelloPrenup.com to learn more.

HelloPrenup has been featured on Shark Tank, CNN Business, Forbes, The Boston Globe, GeekWire, among others.

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HelloPrenup disrupts marriage registries with prenuptial agreement gift cards

Michael N. Clark