As you thoroughly put together the plans for your wedding, you need to be thinking about a little legal document that can protect both you and your spouse. That document is the prenuptial agreement. It can be difficult to broach this subject with your future spouse but you really need to protect yourself. Let's take a look at what you need to disclose in order for the prenup to be valid.
When the topic of divorce comes up in your marriage you will either be ready for it or completely taken by surprise. Whatever your situation, you need to begin to prepare for what's to come. This includes dividing the marital property. Here are some tips for dividing the most difficult assets of a marriage so you know what to expect.
Many married couples go through periods in their relationships when tension is high, communication is poor and stress levels are through the roof. Sound familiar? If so, you are definitely not alone in your struggle. Life is a journey and marriage can be both rewarding and challenging at the same time.
Child custody agreements are important documents in thousands of relationships across Kentucky. Once an agreement is in place, it is time to come up with a schedule that not only fits your life, but also your children's lives. It also needs to be as realistic as possible. Here are some tips for you to follow when creating the schedule.
A new report has been released that shows student debt as a driving force behind some divorces in the United States. We all know how big of a role debt plays into the health of a relationship. Well, now researchers are pinpointing one specific type of debt that has been known to be a cause for divorce and that debt is student loan debt.
Once you or your spouse has filed for divorce, it's time for both of you to begin preparing for the discussions to come. You will likely begin thinking about the way the assets you hold will be divided. The most common marital assets include the home, the 401(k), artwork, the car and the furniture in the home. Let's look at some tips for dividing these assets.