What Would Invalidate a Prenup?

You also want to make sure that the agreement is signed freely and voluntarily, and that neither party is under any duress, coercion, fraud, or undue influence. And these are all things that you can speak about with your attorney, and this is also why you don’t want to typically sign the agreement the day

How to Prepare for Your Consult

A good tip to maximize your consult time with an attorney is to know that your consultation actually begins before you meet with the attorney. If you already have an open case filed, give your case number before the consultation and ask if the attorney will read your docket before your appointment. This will allow

Do I Need to Sign a Prenup?

We see a lot in social media that people are doing prenups. A lot with the celebrities because they’ve a lot to protect. So how does it affect you and what pitfalls to look into, it applies across the, I guess everybody, doesn’t matter if you’ve got lesser income, if you’re a celebrity. The rules

Tax Implications of Divorce

Divorce can significantly impact your tax situation from filing status to claiming dependence and even the potential tax implications of alimony. Being prepared and understanding these changes can prevent costly mistakes come tax season. For more information, please consult an experienced family law attorney.

Should I Speak with a Lawyer Before Signing a Prenup?

So I would definitely recommend that they should speak with an experienced family law attorney in order to figure out how far ahead of time prior to the wedding should the parties sign a prenuptial agreement. Obviously you don’t want to sign it the day before the wedding, but certainly I would recommend they speak

The Hidden Costs of Divorce

Beyond the apparent legal fees, divorces come with hidden costs, from therapy and counseling to setting up a new home. It’s easy to underestimate the full financial impact of ending a marriage. Planning ahead can mitigate some of these unexpected expenses. For more information, please consult an experienced family law attorney.

Should I have a Prenup?

Prenuptial agreements are good for some marriages, some marriages they may, they might not be beneficial for. It really depends on the person’s station in life and what they’re trying to protect or what they’re trying to get out of the prenuptial agreement. Certainly if they’re going to do a prenuptial agreement, they would need,

Retirement Accounts and Divorce

Dividing retirement accounts can be complex due to tax implications and potential penalties. Whether it’s a 401k, an IRA, or a pension plan, you need to understand these are assets that aren’t going to be evaluated and divided to ensure a secure financial future. For more information, please consult an experienced family law attorney.

Who Pays for Private School?

So private school payments are not considered in base child support, private school tuition and related expenses through high school graduation are considered a luxury. There are a certain set of facts that the court can consider whether it should order a child to attend or stay in private school, such as, is the private

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