Legal Relief During Unprecedented Times The ripple effect of COVID-19 has led to unprecedented emotional and financial effects on our families, communities, and economy. A reduction in jobs available to the workforce due to stay-at-home orders and social distancing... read more
If you have ever been around a child about to celebrate a birthday, you know that for most kids their birthday is one of the most important days of the entire year. When it comes to birthdays after divorce, a child’s desire for the “best birthday ever” may be... read more
Prenuptial Agreements, Marriage Contracts, and More Once the question has been popped, thoughts of “happily ever after” may begin to enter one’s mind. You may even imagine a beautiful wedding surrounded by family and friends. Regardless of culture, religion, or... read more
Depending on how your estate documents are drafted, your ex-spouse or soon-to-be ex-spouse may have more powers than you think via your durable power of attorney, healthcare agent, executor, trustee, or beneficiary designations.
A prenup is worth considering for several reasons. After all, it helps manage expectations of what happens during and after a divorce. Without one, state divorce laws will help determine what happens to assets in the event of a spousal split. That may be the case for... read more