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A prenuptial agreement is a great way to strengthen a marriage, by laying out terms that will protect both parties if the marriage goes south. However, prenups have often been seen in an extremely negative light in the American consciousness. When looking at the statistics associated...

1. Educational Costs Are the Responsibility of Both Parents After a divorce, co-parenting can be difficult. However, it doesn’t have to be. For many parents, this may seem harder to do than to say, but it is possible. To effectively co-parent, both parents need to be...

Prenuptial agreements provide an excellent way for both parties to a marriage to enter the institution with a sense of security about their individual assets. Unfortunately, many marriages end in divorce in the United States, so having a prenup is highly recommended. For those in...

Husbands and wives can make excellent business partners. However, in the event of a divorce, remaining business partners could be out of the question. The divorce settlement can become tricky when a couple owns a business together. For married business partners, the best resolution will...

A lot of people think that prenuptial agreements aren’t that common, or are a luxury that only the rich need to think about.  But when you look closely at the numbers, and dig into the statistics surrounding prenups, you will quickly learn that this type...

Going through a divorce can be difficult. It is likely that once it is over, you just want to put it behind you. However, after the final papers are signed, you still have some tasks that need to be accomplished. Be sure to make the...

While obtaining a prenup may not be the most romantic activity a partner can suggest, it can be a useful one. When putting aside the emotions you may associate with them, you can begin to see the benefits they can offer to your marriage. To put...

Many divorces start because of one problem: money. Not having enough of it or disagreeing on spending and saving habits can drive a couple apart and lead them to the realization that they are not compatible. However, money issues don’t stop during a divorce -...

An alimony decision can be great or frustrating depending on what side of the decision you’re on. For many people, alimony often seems like a permanent ruling that will hang over their head for the rest of their lives. However, this is untrue, as there...