You’ve probably heard a lot about prenuptial agreements – or “prenups” – from various celebrity engagements and divorces. But are they legally binding? And are they something that ordinary folks really go ahead with?
It looks like Adele fans around the world may have some new material to look forward to in the near future – and the material could be more gut-wrenching and heartbreaking than ever before. Late last month, Adele (Adkins) and her husband, Simon Konecki, announced that they are splitting up after just two years of marriage.
Even mentioning the word “prenup” can bring up bad feelings between some couples, but it is important to know what you’re agreeing to before you sign. Here are six prenuptial mistakes you should avoid.
What else do you have to divide besides your tangibles? In celebrity divorce, you may have to divide half your “goodwill”. What does goodwill in celebrity divorce mean? Read on to find out!
The old saying that “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure” is very appropriate for spousal property agreements. During divorce property division litigation, lawyers spend countless hours disputing items like property classification, amount of spousal support, and other matters that a premarital agreement can resolve in only a few paragraphs. These contracts […]
The Challenges of The Premarital Agreement
The divorce has left Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie ready for a child custody battle, as well as property division. Here’s a brief overview.
This blog addresses five of the common myths or misunderstandings about family law that I have frequently encountered in my practice. These family law 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. 1. […]
Prenuptial agreements are changing with the modern world, which is why many couples now address more cutting-edge issues like embryonic custody.
When it comes to martial agreements in California, having something in place can help you protect your assets during a divorce.