When it comes to prenups, there's often only one party that's interested in having it drafted. In that situation, the other would be just as happy for it not to exist. It's often when couples begin negotiating a prenup that the less affluent partner's feelings get hurt. Situations like this can make for a difficult way to start the marriage off.
Not all divorces have to be contentious. In fact, there are some couples that are able to move forward with an uncontested divorce largely because they're able to work out their differences in terms of property distribution, alimony and child support among themselves.
Divorce mediation has gained in popularity over the past few years because it's been shown to be a cost-effective way for couples with complex custody or property division issues to work out their differences.
Once a marriage has run its course, it's not all that uncommon for spouses to become less patient with one another than they once were. As a husband or wife starts to see money, time with the kids, the house, or some other assets slipping through the cracks, things can quickly become contentious between the two.
We've all long known about the ill effects that stress can have on our own health. Now, according to a recently released study, it seems if you're under 30 and work in certain industries, then that stress has the potential to break up your marriage as well.
Summer is here and thus divorce season is now officially in full force. According to researchers with the University of Washington, divorce filings are highest throughout the country in the months of March and August.
Two parents coming to an agreement as to which one is going to retain custody of their shared child is not an easy process. It can be even more complicated for those embroiled in a bitter divorce where a child is being utilized as a negotiation tool.
Divorce mediation is a good way for you to have some measure of control over what is going to happen with your divorce. As we discussed last week, you need to understand the process before you head in for your first session.
One of the options that you have for resolving the terms of your divorce is mediation. If you choose this option, you and your ex will have control over who gets what and other terms of the divorce. You will work together to decide the exact terms. This option is a feasible one for many people, including those who don't exactly get along.
Mediation is a form of dispute resolution recommended and often mandated by Florida judges. While mediation offers many benefits for divorcing couples, it is not a productive approach for everyone. Learning about how mediation works and consulting your attorney can help you determine whether mediation is worthwhile for you.