Every couple has different values and financial specifics about their situation. Consider these when deciding on a prenup and the process you may wish to employ.
Divorce and Remarriage
It may not be the most romantic part of your blooming relationship, but a prenuptial agreement can protect your financial future if that bloom fades. Whether you’re Donald and Ivana or John and Jane, here’s what you need to know before walking down the aisle.
As the world has evolved and society has become more liberal, second marriages have become commonplace: after all, if your first marriage ends for whatever reason, why shouldn’t a person have a second shot at happiness?
Valentine’s Day is one of the most romantic days of the year. If you’re currently separated or divorced and considering proposing to your new love on Valentine’s Day, propose a prenup at the same time!
You and your new spouse must help your children to see the positive aspects of their new situation. For example, a blended family offers more family members to love and be loved by your child.
When getting married for the second time, you will likely experience feelings of excitement but also worry, hoping not to make the same mistake again. There are steps you can take to have a lasting marriage.
The New Hampshire Supreme Court turned down a couple’s request to undo their divorce after reconciling. Read the details here.
Befriending your ex-spouse is about forming a new and positive relationship that is different from the one you had as a married couple.
Read how an Ontario judge threw out Michael McCain’s marriage contract he had his wife sign, which was to limit her access to the McCain family’s vast fortune, during their divorce process, calling the document “unconscionable”.
Most divorced people eventually miss the positive aspects of a committed relationship and want to find a new partner. Before considering remarriage, however, make sure that this is really what you want. Here’s how to increase the odds of having a successful second marriage.