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Does a prenup have to include alimony?

When two people decide to get married, they will likely begin to plan their big day. This planning process will include a variety of things, like choosing a venue, tasting cakes, and in some cases, drafting a prenuptial agreement. If drafting a prenup is on the list to do before they tie the knot, they may have a lot of questions about the process and how this marital contract works.

Put your child's needs first

As a parent, you are expected to make decisions that will positively impact your child's life. Of course, your son or daughter will grow up and eventually start to make these choices on their own, but until they are 18 years old, it is your job to ensure they are properly taken care of and looked after no matter where they are or what they happen to be doing. This responsibility includes making decisions about child custody.

Why parents prefer open adoption

When a couple make the decision to have a child, they have several options as to how they can do this. If they find that they do not want to have the child themselves, or are not able to conceive on their own, they may decide to have a surrogate or adopt. Should adoption be their choice, shortly after starting the adoption process, they will have to figure out if they want to have an open and or closed adoption. With open adoption having many benefits, parents feel that it is the perfect choice.

Amy Poehler and Will Arnett finally divorce

When two people decide to marry, it's usually with the intention that their marriage is going to last. Although this may be the goal, people never know what types of challenges they will be faced with or how they will react to them. Some people are able to work through things and stay married, while others, unfortunately, cannot seem to settle their disputes and end up divorcing. This is something that can happen to couples living all over the United States, whether they are regular people or celebrities.

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