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Prenup are beneficial in a variety of situations

An impending wedding can give couples a sense of both excitement and apprehension. Of course, if both parties believe that they are meant to be together, the positive, hopeful feelings far outweigh any doubts. Still, there is reason to exercise caution while moving ahead. This is because no one really knows what the future holds or how a relationship will endure.

What are some signs you may be headed toward divorce?

Relationships are rarely static. Things can happen over time that alter the feelings people have for one another. If a married couple reaches a point where they are no longer happy together, it might be time to consider a split. Often, spouses are hesitant about taking such a big step. After all, they may have invested a good part of their lives trying to make things work.

Parents may need to adjust custody agreement when school starts

Fall is back to school time, and this means both parents and children will be making schedule adjustments. The shift in gears from summer vacation to fall education can lead to considerable changes for divorced parents. When parents are sharing custody of their children, the demands made on the children's time by their schooling and associated activities can greatly alter how their time may be divided.

Discovery documents help clarify asset division

Once a married couple decides to divorce, they have quite a bit of work in front of them to complete the process. One of the most important aspects of a divorce is the division of assets and property. This phase of the process can also become very contentious if the spouses disagree about who should get what. Things can get even more difficult if there is a question as to what items are actually in play for division.

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