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A well drafted premarital agreement can save you a lot of headaches down the line. Our latest article gives a brief overview of the history of premarital agreements and some common traps that render them void.
Premarital agreements can be necessary but are often difficult to properly implement. This article gives a brief overview on premarital agreements and how to challenge them.
It appears that Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are gearing up for a child custody battle. Here's a brief overview of the child custody issues involved and the impact of a premarital agreement on property rights.
These misconceptions demonstrate the importance of understanding the complex world of family law in order to avoid serious mistakes or oversights that could jeopardize the outcome of a family law case.
It was once true that prenuptial agreements were the province of the rich, the famous and perhaps those who hoped that they would be rich and or famous. Movie stars, business leaders and descendants of families that amassed huge wealth over generations were the consumers of this legal service. Prenuptial agreements are now being used to address more cutting-edge issues like the ownership and use of genetic materials such as embryos.
Having a martial agreement in place can help you protect your assets during a divorce. Find out more about California premarital agreements.
Pre- and Postnups answer the question who gives what to whom, how, and for how long. The 3 Ls -- Loss, Luck, Love -- are 3 rational reasons to have this conversation. The goal is to KNOW one another on the deepest level of meaning and life values. Such knowing might even save your marriage!
Untying the knot is tougher than getting married, as couples face the challenge of addressing the division of assets, child custody, and parenting when choosing to divorce. It can get costly and complicated.