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Estate Planning Checklist For Divorce

Divorce can be challenging. Even if both parties are on board, divorce is a significant life shift, and with that comes stress, uncertainty, and change. As your needs, priorities, and goals take on a new course, one thing you don’t want to overlook is your

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Stock options not shareable in divorce

A recent case from Massachusetts shows that being as clear as possible with your attorney about your wishes when negotiating a separation agreement will help you greatly should a dispute arise later on. In that case, a divorcing couple negotiated a separation agreement that merged

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Court voids romantic restrictions in divorce agreement

Many divorcing parents are concerned about new romantic interests in the lives of their soon-to-be-ex-spouses and the potential introduction of these strangers to their children. Some may even want to incorporate language into their divorce agreements restricting the ability of an ex-spouse to introduce a

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Can divorcing couples keep divorce records private?

In the Internet age, we’ve all gotten used to less privacy. But one thing few of us are comfortable with is the idea of our divorce being public. Unfortunately, divorce filings are generally considered a matter of public record. Additionally, divorce hearings are open to

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Beware Social Security’s remarriage rule

If you’re middle-aged and thinking of getting remarried, be very careful about how you time your nuptials. That’s because whether you get married before the day you turn 60 or after the day you turn 60 could impact your eligibility for survivor benefits from a

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Court rules lopsided prenup ‘unconscionable’

A prenuptial agreement is a contract between marrying spouses, signed before the marriage, that lays out the terms should the couple get divorced. In many instances, prenups can be a very useful way of creating predictability and reducing the acrimony of a divorce. But as

Read More »

Estate Planning Checklist For Divorce

Divorce can be challenging. Even if both parties are on board, divorce is a significant life shift, and with that comes stress, uncertainty, and change. As your needs, priorities, and goals take on a new course, one thing you don’t want to overlook is your

Read More »

Stock options not shareable in divorce

A recent case from Massachusetts shows that being as clear as possible with your attorney about your wishes when negotiating a separation agreement will help you greatly should a dispute arise later on. In that case, a divorcing couple negotiated a separation agreement that merged

Read More »

Court voids romantic restrictions in divorce agreement

Many divorcing parents are concerned about new romantic interests in the lives of their soon-to-be-ex-spouses and the potential introduction of these strangers to their children. Some may even want to incorporate language into their divorce agreements restricting the ability of an ex-spouse to introduce a

Read More »

Can divorcing couples keep divorce records private?

In the Internet age, we’ve all gotten used to less privacy. But one thing few of us are comfortable with is the idea of our divorce being public. Unfortunately, divorce filings are generally considered a matter of public record. Additionally, divorce hearings are open to

Read More »

Beware Social Security’s remarriage rule

If you’re middle-aged and thinking of getting remarried, be very careful about how you time your nuptials. That’s because whether you get married before the day you turn 60 or after the day you turn 60 could impact your eligibility for survivor benefits from a

Read More »

Court rules lopsided prenup ‘unconscionable’

A prenuptial agreement is a contract between marrying spouses, signed before the marriage, that lays out the terms should the couple get divorced. In many instances, prenups can be a very useful way of creating predictability and reducing the acrimony of a divorce. But as

Read More »
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