No couple that gets married ever envisions that they will eventually face the prospect of divorce, and most couples work incredibly hard to avoid the possibility that their marriage will end in divorce. In some situations, however, even the best efforts of one spouse are not enough to keep a marriage together. Issues such as […]
Should You Consider A Prenuptial Agreement?
No one goes into marriage anticipating a possible divorce. And few soon to be spouses want to believe that down the road they may face legal claims and challenges that threaten their financial well being and the assets that they have spent years accumulating. The reality, however, is that many couples who are initially happily […]
Can I Withdraw from the Joint Account While Divorcing?
Most married couples have joint bank accounts. They’re a convenient way to budget, plan for the future, and share expenses while you’re married. But when things go wrong and divorce proceedings are underway, those joint accounts can suddenly become the source of headaches and frustration. Many divorcing couples are unsure about how to manage a […]
I Received a Job Offer in Another State: How Does That Affect Custody and Visitation?
While getting divorced can feel like the end of a long road, most former spouses will quickly realize that life goes on. Divorcees must adjust to their new financial circumstances; and, if they have children, they must adapt their personal and professional lives to fit the terms of their custody and physical placement arrangements. But, […]