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Category Archives: Prenuptial Agreements
Nearly 50 percent of all marriages in the United States end in divorce or separation. Even if couples are aware of this statistic, many of them still do not think a divorce could happen to them. Whether or not a couple expects to be confronted with a divorce or not, it is wise to think […]
One of the major worries that many experience when going through a high net worth divorce is that of protecting their assets, and rightfully so. Assets can make or break someone’s future and can also impact the future of their children if children are involved. Due to this, when someone who has been in this […]
Getting married is an exciting time for couples – from the engagement celebrations to the wedding to the honeymoon. All these events take planning, and one thing couples should also plan for is how to handle the financial aspects of their future marriage. This financial planning may involve creating a prenuptial agreement, which is also […]
If you’re getting married, are you considering a prenuptial agreement with your soon to be spouse? Or, have you already entered marriage and are now considering a postnuptial agreement? Many people feel that having a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement in place helps to take the stress out of marriage so that, if they were to […]
Issues facing high net worth individuals entering a divorce are often much different from the issues faced by lower/middle income individuals. As such, they must be planned for and approached in a manner befitting the unique issues that need to be addressed. There are simply more financial resources to fund, support and to share. Substantial […]
OK, it might just be a bit too animal-centric and precious to refer to premarital contracts as “pre-pups,” as a recent media article does, but the term is purposefully stated and does make a very valid point. That point is this: Pets are much beloved members in millions of families across the country, Pennsylvania homes […]
Marital contracts entered into both before and during marriage are becoming increasingly common in Pennsylvania and everywhere else across the country. Of course, popularity was about the last thing associated with such agreements in past decades, when a stigma regarding them unquestionably attached in the minds of many people. A prenuptial agreement or postnuptial contract […]