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Comedian facing complex divorce after prenup expires

Upon entering a marriage, a couple with wisdom and foresight may choose to create and sign a prenuptial agreement. A prenuptial agreement can work to the benefit of both parties should the marriage end in divorce. For example, when it has been agreed upon in advance how assets should be divided, it will take less time and expense to finalize the divorce.

Adoption can serve to protect children from abuse

There are several essential things that children need. They need shelter, food and clothing. They need to know they are loved and wanted. They also need sense of safety and security. A home should be a child's safe refuge from an outside world that can be very intimidating and frightening. But what if the child's home is the most threatening and scary place in his or her life?

Parent abduction may call for custody modification

When a married couple who has children divorces, typically one of the parents is granted primary custodial duties. In a best-case scenario, both spouses are amenable to the terms of the child custody agreement. Unfortunately, sometimes non-custodial parents can let their emotions get the better of them and choose to abduct the child.

What alimony-related documents are useful to retain?

It is common for a final divorce decree to contain stipulations requirin g one of the parties to pay some form of financial support to the other party. In a previous post on this blog, we covered the subject of alimony and its purpose. In this post, we will briefly discuss what documentation a payer of alimony should keep for his or her personal records.

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