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April 2020 Archives

Mediation is not about winning

When a divorce case goes to court, both sides tend to think about one thing: winning the case. It feels like it is them against their ex as they debate who gets to spend time with the children or who will keep which assets -- and much more.

Summer vacation can bring custody changes

When school lets out for the summer, it's a classic, free time in a child's life. If that child's parents are divorced, though, it can make for one complicated summer vacation schedule for the parents. It may have to be different than what they did during the school year.

A prenup without full disclosure may be invalid

If you're thinking of signing a prenuptial agreement with your spouse, make sure that you fully disclose all of your assets and all of your debts. That means everything you own, all the money in your savings, anything you have in investments, any business ownership percentages and all the rest. If you have financial policies like a pension or a life insurance plan, you want to disclose these, as well.

Are your business assets marital property?

It can be difficult for anyone to achieve dreams in life. Certain obstacles are unavoidable, and sometimes, things are just not meant to work out. You were able to reach your career goals by becoming an entrepreneur and creating a company that took off and remained successful. However, your marriage was not meant to last.

How fast can you spot the signs of marital discord?

How soon is "too soon" to decide that you've made a mistake with your marriage? Apparently, there's really no such thing as "too soon" when it comes to matters of the heart. In fact, the majority of couples have a pretty good idea about whether their marriage is healthy from the very start -- even before the honeymoon phase is over.