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Articles, tagged with "prenuptial agreement", page 1

09th August 2011

What Makes a Good Prenuptial Agreement

Many people assume that prenuptial agreements are only for couples who are extremely successful or have a great deal of money. While it is true that agreements are important for those people, they are also beneficial for your average couple. A prenuptial ...

15th December 2010

Questions About Division of Property During Divorce

Home is where the heart is, which is why is it very difficult to consider the possibility of parting ways with your property during a divorce. Setting up the division of property during divorce is always an obstacle that may seem impossible to overcome, e...

29th October 2010

Prenuptial Agreements in the UK

Prenuptial agreements will be in something of a legal limbo in the uk. Unlike many jurisdictions in Europe and further afield, UK courts weren't certain to accept them in a divorce hearing. While this is still true in the uk, a recently available landmark...

10th May 2010

Discover How Properties Are Shared Under State Family Law

A competent divorce lawyer can help you identify and ascertain the value of assets along with representing your best interest. It is much easier if you and your spouse can make a deal on how all resources should be divided. When you are unable, the decisi...

23rd December 2009

New York Divorce Law

What are the grounds for divorce in New York? If you are a resident of the state of New York, four of the grounds in New York divorce law are based on "fault" of one of the parties. They are: 1) cruel and inhuman treatment; 2) abandonment for one or m...

18th December 2009

New Jersey Divorce Law

What are the grounds for divorce in New Jersey? Although New Jersey divorce law has both fault and no-fault grounds, in most cases, fault has no bearing on how marital assets will be divided. In rare cases, the court may consider the grounds for divorce...

11th December 2009

Texas Divorce Law

What are the grounds for divorce in Texas? A divorce may be granted under Texas divorce law using either "Fault" or "No-Fault" grounds. Fault grounds include: (1) adultery; (2) abandonment; (3) confinement for incurable insanity for three years; (4...

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