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Why more young adults are getting prenups

Many young adults don't even realize that just a few decades ago, prenuptial agreements were primarily associated only with the rich and famous. Movie stars and titans of industry got them to protect their considerable assets from spouses who may want to continue living a lavish lifestyle after the marriage ended.

Special concerns for divorcing parents with adopted children

Parental divorce can bring up all sorts of feelings of insecurity in children. They're losing the family structure they've always known. They often blame themselves for their parents' break-up -- particularly if they've been the subject of some of their parents' arguments in the past. Children's first instinct is to think about how any change will affect them. Therefore, it's not uncommon for a child to worry first and foremost about how a divorce will impact their life.

4 ways to battle divorce stress

Divorce is hard and complicated and usually very stressful for all parties involved. It can zap your energy and leave you feeling completely drained within the first few minutes of waking up every day. If your multifaceted life includes things like running your own business and taking care of the kids, divorce could be enough to cause a full break-down. Fortunately, there are some things you can do reduce the stress of divorce.

Dealing with people in your co-parent's (and children's) lives

Even the most mature, amicable co-parenting relationships can be challenged when other people who are part of your children's lives are involved. You and your ex-spouse may have a healthy relationship that is focused on doing what's best for your kids. However, former in-laws and new significant others can threaten that relationship, often unwittingly, if you aren't prepared to deal with them.

Former Texas lieutenant governor sued by ex for nonpayment

A former Texas lieutenant governor is facing a lawsuit by his ex-wife alleging that he has failed to repay her $6.7 million in personal and business loans she made to him during their marriage, as designated in their 2016 divorce agreement. She also says that he owes her millions in unpaid alimony.

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