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November 2017 Archives

Trouble finding a way to discuss prenuptial agreements?

As you approach your marriage, you and your spouse should seriously consider using a prenuptial agreement. Despite their complicated reputation, prenuptial agreements offer crucial protections that may be much more difficult to create later on in the marriage. Of course, creating a prenuptial agreement means communicating very clearly and honestly with your future spouse, which many people find difficult.

Protecting your marriage and your business from each other

Prenuptial agreements can prove invaluable in many ways, especially for business owners. When individuals with complex assets like a business decide it is time to marry, it is wise to take precautions to ensure that both the marriage and the business remain safe from each other, strengthening both in the long run.

It is important to understand medical child support

Divorce has a way of clouding the minds of spouses as they work through the steps necessary to end their marriage and go their separate ways. Unfortunately, navigating the various demands of the divorce process requires spouses to address a whole host of important issues that may affect their lives for many years to come. When a divorcing couple are also parents, these matters suddenly carry much more weight. Not only must parents work through property division, they must also work out fair parenting and support agreements to ensure that their child enjoys the best life that they can provide.

Can I seek sole custody?

In general, courts prefer to split custody evenly between two parents. However, in many cases, this is either not possible or is in conflict with the wishes of one or both parents. If you or your child's other parent plan to seek sole custody, it is important to understand what that actually means, and what it does not.