During the past 75 years, each state has been responsible for setting their own rules for how decisions regarding alimony awards would be made. This has made it difficult for legal experts to give a single answer about how its tabulated.
Some of your friends going through a divorce may have had prenuptial agreements. When a judge throws one out, it can be especially concerning if you have one too. All of a sudden, you are wondering: "Would my agreement hold up? Should I see if I need a postnuptial agreement for changes?"
It used to be where the longer couples were together, the more difficult it would be for them to divide up their property.
When it comes to parents making child custody arrangements, one of the most common issues that exes fail to realize is the importance of having standardized "house rules" in place for their child to follow at both homes.
Husbands or wives who contact a mediator to step in and resolve their divorces have a variety of expectations.