Should you get a prenuptial agreement? It's an age-old question, and many people feel it signifies that they don't trust their significant others. The fact is that a well-drafted prenuptial agreement doesn't only benefit one party.
The holidays are approaching, and it can be a difficult time for those going through a divorce or who have already divorced. Fortunately, there are a few things you can do to keep your holidays happy. For instance, you should already know where your children will be spending the holidays, what times they're expected at your ex's house and when you can expect to have them. You can review your child custody terms with your attorney if they aren't clear so that you and your ex can determine an agreement for the holidays.
A premarital agreement, when created legally, stands up in court very well. There are situations when a prenuptial agreement can become invalid, though. Here are five of the most common reasons and ways to avoid them.
Families share their religions with one another, and it's possible for it to be educational and inviting for children. When a parent begins to use religion against children or an ex-husband or ex-wife, that's when it becomes a problem.