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January 2018 Archives

What not to include in a prenuptial agreement

Prenuptial agreements are becoming an increasingly common part of wedding planning for couples of all ages and income levels. They can help delineate what is separate property going into and during a marriage and help both spouses ensure a fair settlement should the marriage end.

The ramifications of failing to pay child support

Child support is based on a binding court order. It's not something parents do to be kind to their kids or to help out an ex. As such, they can't stop paying simply because they don't want to or because they failed to save up enough money after other expenses. It's a mandatory payment that has to be met.

3 options for dealing with your house in a divorce

Divorce is often incredibly complicated. For instance, you and your future ex-husband will have to work out a custody arrangement for your children, negotiate over your marital assets and divide the debt the two of you accumulated during your marriage. One of the major decisions you will have to make will concern your house in Rhode Island. Will you continue living in the house and take over the mortgage? Or, will you sell the house and split the proceeds?

Things you can do to speed up your divorce

No reasonable person wants a long, drawn-out divorce. The longer the process takes, the more money it costs, the more time it takes out of your life and the greater chance there is that disagreements with your spouse will grow into serious conflicts. If you have kids, you also increase the stress on them.

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