July 2014 Archives

Complicated child custody cases require patience

When you and your former spouse agree to child custody, most spouses are thankful that the issue is finally behind them. Child custody can be a draining and emotional topic that greatly affects the splitting spouses. However, once this child custody agreement is behind them, that doesn't mean that the issue is completely gone. In fact, there are many issues that can arise that will complicate your agreement.

View of prenuptial agreements is changing

You don't have to think back much further than 20 or 30 years ago, and you'll remember a time when prenuptial agreements were a taboo topic that no soon-to-be-married couple should think about -- unless they had a significant fortune to look after. Prenups were considered anti-love, and they forced the couple to consider the prospects of divorce before they even walked down the aisle.

Financial side of divorce always a critical component

You and your spouse could be going through the most divisive divorce in history, or the two of you could be going through the most amicable divorce in history (or, sure, somewhere in between). Ultimately it doesn't matter how agreeable or angry you are, because every divorce will inherently involve money and assets. These factors will always play a prominent role, and the division of these assets is crucial to each spouse's post-divorce life.

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