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Prenuptial agreements can help couples prepare for reality

When a couple is preparing to enter a marriage, they may have a lot on their minds. This can be especially true if they are planning a big wedding with all the associated festivities. But as most married couples will likely tell you, the real work starts after the vows are exchanged and the marriage actually begins.

Study reveals role of in-kind support by fathers

When a man is tasked by the court to provide child support, he is legally required to do so. Most men want to do what they can to help provide financially for their children. If a man should fail to make his payments on a consistent, timely basis, he may be tagged with the moniker of "deadbeat dad." But sometimes this derisive term is unfair.

Self-care is an important part of the divorce process

Divorce is often a necessary and ultimately positive step that couples take when a marriage is not working out. But the period spanning from the initial stages of a divorce and continuing through its aftermath can be stressful and emotionally draining. It is not unusual for people to have feelings of anger, resentment, guilt and sorrow.

What laws govern interstate custody disputes?

When married couples with children decide to divorce, the best-case scenario is that all custody issues are solved amicably. Unfortunately, sometimes serious conflicts arise. Even after a judge grants one of the parents sole custody, the other parent may not wish to adhere to the ruling. That parent may even attempt to circumvent the judgment by taking the child to another state.

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