The Role of Prenuptial Agreements in Divorce
When couples begin conversations about getting married and starting a future together, they are understandably reluctant to consider what could happen if the relationship does not last. At the outset of any happy time it is difficult to think about possible negative futures, but unfortunately not all marriages survive, and thinking about the financial... Read More »
Deciding Which Kind of Divorce Is Right for You
Any couple together long enough will go through difficult patches of time where one is out of sync with the other, and many discussions end in argument. Most of the time, moving past the rough period intact is possible. However, sometimes the problems are deeper than surface disagreements, making it impossible to stay together...
Caution - Social Media, Electronic Evidence, and Divorce: Guarding Against Negative Impact
In today's world of increasing reliance on cloud-based computing, and the ability to obtain almost everything a person needs to live with a few clicks of a mouse, social media is a large and important presence in many people's lives. Using social media to update friends and family is routine for many people and...
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Can You Undo a Divorce Decree?
Deciding to get divorced usually comes after much deliberation and numerous attempts to save the marriage. Once the decision is made, however, the parties are typically firm in their position that the marriage cannot continue. Nevertheless, there are instances where a couple later determines they want to attempt reconciliation instead of divorce. While this...
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