What A Prenuptial Agreement Can And Cannot Cover

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A lot of couples mistakenly buy into the myth that by agreeing to a prenuptial agreement they are setting themselves up for divorce. It’s as if even the acknowledgement that divorce exists predestines their marriage for failure. This mindset leads many couples to skip out on a prenup, which is

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Is It Possible To Speed The Divorce Process?

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Question: My wife and I would like a divorce as quickly as possible and would like to avoid the six-month waiting period. Can we speed things up if we agree on all the terms of divorce and the custody of our children is under the guardianship of their grandmother?

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Can You Suspend A Divorce Filing?

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Question: My wife recently served me with divorce papers, but after receiving them we ended up deciding that we can work through the details. She said she will have her attorney suspend the filing, but it has been a couple of weeks and I have not received any type of

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What Is Considered Parental Kidnapping?

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Question: Yesterday my wife told me she was going shopping, but instead she ended up taking our two children out of state. Now she’s saying she needs a break and won’t come back until she’s ready. Is this considered parental kidnapping? If so, what can I do about it?

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Brands Begin Addressing Divorce In Advertisements

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The marketing world has typically steered clear of the subject of divorce in advertising. In a lot of ways, the topic is still somewhat taboo. Addressing the breakdown of a family while tastefully pitching a product is tricky, and most companies would much rather play their ad campaigns conservatively. However,

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