Review Your Will and Prenup Or Postnup Agreement

All legal documentation should be carefully evaluated after you file for divorce and preferably before if you have the opportunity. Two key legal documents that most people have executed and might forget about in the wake of the divorce are the will and any pre-nuptial or post-nuptial agreement. If your state allows you to execute… Read More »

Pre-Nups For Pets?

The newest thing that divorcing couples are battling over? View image | gettyimages.com Custody of their pets. An article in the Boston Globe says because more and more couples are fighting over pets many lawyers are suggesting prenuptial provisions for pets — pet prenups. One reason is that pets are considered property, not dependents. As… Read More »

Prenuptial Agreements in Estate Planning

When most people hear the words ‘prenuptial agreement,’ they think divorce. Although protection upon divorce is the main purpose of prenuptial agreements, these agreements are also becoming part of routine estate planning for more and more couples. A recent article discusses the estate planning benefits of prenuptial agreements. Prenuptial agreements are contracts signed by soon-to-be… Read More »