Unless it’s enforceable, a prenuptial agreement isn’t worth the paper it’s written on. Here are four ways to ensure the agreement’s enforceability.
What we know now, and what to expect in the future.
Why lawyers representing international clients who plan to marry should always consider the international ramifications of any proposed prenuptial agreement.
Why it is imperative that attorneys handling move-away cases understand the nuances of the law and are effective in making a persuasive initial factual showing.
There may be significant benefits for a non-income-earning spouse who seeks and obtains employment during the divorce litigation.
As a family law practitioner, you have the ability to refer your clients to an education program that is superior to what the court orders — allowing your clients and their children to experience less conflict throughout the divorce process.
No-nups are useful in outlining up front who will keep certain assets and what will happen to assets that were purchased during the relationship, should they choose to end it. The agreement binds both parties.
Managing clients’ emotional reactions is an important aspect of helping them through the difficult legal process of divorce and child custody disputes.
Family lawyers and judges now have new and improved Rules of Court and forms to assist litigants in resolving their disputes outside the courtroom.
Today, the majority of courts consider the best interests of the child – including the importance of a relationship with the noncustodial parent – in determining relocation applications. However, some states are still using outdated laws that favor the parent seeking to relocate.