January 2018 Archives

Why are more millenials getting prenuptial agreements?

A recent survey shows that prenuptial agreements are more popular than ever for an unexpected demographic—millenials. The survey was conducted by the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, which polled a swath of its member attorneys. According to the poll, over 50 percent of attorneys have seen an increase in millennial clients who request prenups before their marriages.

Preparing for a child custody hearing? Use these helpful tips

Preparing for a child custody hearing may be one of the most nerve-wracking things that a parent can go through. Sure, appearing before a judge in court is scary—but the scariest thing is not knowing your child’s future. It is a scenario that any mother or father would find intimidating.

In divorce, Bitcoin is the new offshore account

Divorce is a time when emotions run high. Even when the decision to end your marriage is the right one, you may go into the process with lots of anger, sadness and resentment. These are understandable feelings that are natural during divorce, but they can unfortunately lead some people to display irresponsible behavior.

New Year? New marriage? New prenup!

The New Year can be a fresh start on life, and a second marriage can be a fresh start on love. Couples who are about to enter a second marriage often wish to create the sense of romance that their first marriages lacked. To that extent, they may forego a prenuptial agreement—but this is a huge mistake.

How the new tax law could affect alimony payments

Given the choice, most people prefer not to think about taxes until the April deadline rolls around. The year 2017 was a bit different, though. Last year's massive, nation-wide tax overhaul will affect millions of Americans’ taxes—and will likely have other important implications, as well.

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