A parenting plan is extremely beneficial in the long run for any divorcing couple with children. Even for ex spouses that continue to work together and maintain a respectful relationship after the divorce a parent plan can be of value. Below are a few key items you should make sure are included in your parenting plan.
Some couples may not choose to file for a divorce but decide to live apart and go on with their lives individually instead of together. In Georgia an alternative to getting a divorce is a separate maintenance action.
The last thing on your mind when you are entering a marriage is the possibility of a divorce. Prenuptial agreements are not designed to anticipate one’s failed marriage but simply to protect oneself in the event that one day you do decide to end your marriage. While many think of them in a bad light, prenuptial agreements can provide a number of benefits including:
You may not be familiar with Postnuptial Agreements like you may be with Prenuptial Agreements. The objective is the same as a prenuptial agreement, but it is made after the couple is already married. Having a postnuptial agreement does not signify that your marriage is going to come to an end; it is simply a way of protecting one’s assets and income. Here are a few reasons why you might consider having a postnuptial agreement: