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Family Law

The Timeline of Getting a Prenup Before Marriage: A Step-by-Step Guide

Planning a wedding is undoubtedly an exciting time for couples, filled with joy, hope, and anticipation for the future. Amidst the whirlwind of emotions, it’s ...
Divorce and QDRO risks
Collaborative Divorce

Delaying Starting The QDRO Process: Understanding The Risks Involved

Experiencing a divorce can take a toll on one’s physical, mental, emotional, and financial well-being. As the divorce case comes to an end, it often ...
Family Law

3 Benefits of Having a Postnuptial Agreement

Most individuals are familiar with prenuptial agreements, which allow couples to address various matters concerning property, inheritance rights, and other spousal responsibilities before getting married. ...
Prenuptial Agreements
Family Law

Comprehensive Guide To Prenuptial Agreements: What You Need To Know

Prior to getting married, numerous couples contemplate the need for a prenuptial agreement tailored to their unique circumstances. Often known as “prenups,” these agreements can ...
Financial Disclosure and prenup
Family Law

Financial Disclosure Process When Drafting a Prenup

When drafting a Prenup, as part of the prenup-making process, you and your future spouse need to share your financial information with each other. This process is ...

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