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It seems that whenever a client calls to inquire about a prenuptial agreement (also known as an antenuptial agreement), that their initial concern is whether such an agreement will hold up under judicial scrutiny. Recent case law answers this question with a resounding “yes”… as long as the agreement is drafted prudently by a knowledgeable […]
Your ex-spouse may still be a beneficiary of your estate. Have you changed all of your beneficiary designations? – Whether it is for your retirement benefits or your life insurance, if you don’t remember to change your beneficiary forms when you get divorced your spouse will remain the beneficiary.
Thirty years is the initial term of most mortgages, so in a divorce situation it is generally of utmost importance for both parties to reach an agreement that specifically establishes a workable method to dispose of the marital mortgage. The idea is to not only to legally separate yourself from your spouse, but also from […]