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Prenuptial Agreements: A Logical Need In Many Situations

Monday, November 29th, 2010

Prenuptial Agreements: A Logical Need In Many Situations
Prenuptial agreements can be a somewhat awkward subject to discuss, especially for those in committed and loving relationships. Such agreements are often mistakenly perceived by many, as reducing the institution of marriage to a business relationship bound by strict contractual obligations on both parties. [...]


Custody battle tips

Thursday, November 25th, 2010

Custody battle tips
Custody battles are a major part of the family law process. In order to keep the custody battle from becoming too contentious for all parties involved, there are several tips the involved parties can take. The smooth transition from the custody battle to a cordial relationship between both parents [...]


What Is Common Law Marriage?

Monday, November 22nd, 2010

What Is Common Law Marriage
A common law marriage occurs when a couple proclaims themselves to be married by their words and actions, and live together as husband and wife. These actions can include filing joint tax returns and the wife taking on the last name of the husband. In some jurisdictions, a [...]


Community Property

Thursday, November 18th, 2010

Community property
The process of going through a divorce can be a difficult one, as the marriage evolves from the loving unity of a couple to the inevitable separation of two individual people. The subject of real estate, property and assets can be complicated, as the items that were acquired during [...]


Considering Adoption

Monday, November 15th, 2010

Considering Adoption
Seeing parents walking with or caring for a child of another ethnicity than themselves is a common occurrence. It has become popular for couples to adopt some or all of their children from families who can’t adequately care for those children– often families from another country and culture than the [...]