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July 2014 Archives

Financially preparing for your divorce

Once you make the decision to move forward in life apart from your spouse, you are compelled to make numerous other decisions that you might otherwise wish to avoid. For example, you must decide how mutual possessions will be split, whether you will continue to interact socially with mutual friends and how you will cope with the transition from a household financially defined by two people’s needs to a household defined primarily by yours.

Is divorce the healthiest choice for your family?

It can be unquestionably difficult to determine whether or not you should divorce your spouse for your own benefit. Last month, we posted a blog on this very subject entitled. “Has divorce become the healthiest option for you?” It is undeniably important to consider your own health and wellbeing when determining whether or not you should divorce. However, you are likely not just weighing the personal consequences of ending your marriage if you have yet to file a petition for dissolution. You are likely thinking about how your divorce might impact both yourself and your family.

If you are divorcing a true narcissist

The word “narcissist” gets thrown around in American culture. As we have become more connected via social media and simultaneously more disconnected from genuine interactions with others free of electronic devices, a culture of “me, me, me” has arguably become increasingly influential.

When a judge chooses not to enforce your prenup

Prenuptial agreements can serve as valuable legal tools under a variety of circumstances. They may help to protect property and assets in the event of divorce, they may inspire couples to sort out their financial priorities prior to marriage and they may even help to regulate certain behaviors like social media usage. However, prenuptial agreements must be constructed and otherwise executed in specific ways in order to be considered enforceable.

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