Family law contractual agreements can be complicated and include issues that could turn contentious. Prenuptial agreements are no exception, often causing bitter disputes in the event of a breakup. These disputes can go on and on, straining your finances and your emotional stability. While the principles upon which a prenuptial agreement is based are typically pretty simple, a savvy, soon-to-be ex might be able to punch a few holes in what you thought was an airtight contract.
If you belong in the group of people who think getting married after 30 years of age will improve the marriage's chance of success, you might be wrong. Analyst Nicholas Wolfinger with the University of Utah says a major shift in divorce trends among American families reveal that those who wait to tie the knot seem to be more likely to get divorced.
Most couples that get married rarely picture the relationship coming to an end. Unfortunately, divorce can and does occur, making prenuptial agreements a valuable tool to protect either or both party's assets. However, there are occasions when a prenuptial agreement might be deemed invalid due to a range of reasons.
Divorcing in Broward County or any other Florida location is always a trying experience for the entire family. When you add high net worth to the mix, it can raise the stakes for everyone and make dividing assets even more complicated. However, with a little forethought and attention to detail, the process does not have to be more stressful than any other divorce. Both spouses can make dividing assets in a high asset divorce easier by keeping a few things in mind during the procedure.
Your child custody agreement—it is a serious and often contentious part of divorcing with children. In truth, the issues surrounding a child custody decision inspire a range of emotions in parents from dread to fear to anger. While making custody decisions are unavoidable, there are ways to prepare yourself for the process. If both parents take such steps, either separately or together, it can greatly reduce much of the negativity divorcing parents often expect.