By: Thomas Law Group On: May 15, 2017 In: Domestic Relations Comments: 0

Prenuptial agreements, also referred to as antenuptial agreements, are often viewed in a negative manner and are thought to be “planning for failure” or “admitting that the marriage will end in divorce.” While it’s true that half of all marriages end in divorce, if done correctly, a prenuptial agreement...

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By: Thomas Law Group On: October 19, 2016 In: Domestic Relations Comments: 0

If child support is to be paid by one parent to the other, pursuant to a Shared Parenting Plan, it is important to consider including language in the Shared Parenting Plan that provides life insurance coverage, in some cases on both parents, for the benefit of the children. Divorcing...

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By: Thomas Law Group On: June 20, 2016 In: Domestic Relations Comments: 0

Once a divorce is finalized there are several steps that the parties should separately take to update their individual lives. This is often an overlooked process that can have negative or unintended ramifications. Typically while a divorce case is pending, although not in every case, both parties are prevented...

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By: Thomas Law Group On: May 20, 2015 In: Domestic Relations Comments: 0

So your divorce is finally over… what do you do next? Your case has either been resolved by reaching a mutual resolution or your case has been presented to the Court and a decision issued. At this point all you want to do is take a deep breath and...

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By: Thomas Law Group On: June 16, 2014 In: Domestic Relations Comments: 0

Almost everyone knows what a prenuptial agreement is, but many people who have substantial assets fail to consider whether a prenuptial agreement is a potential benefit to them. While more than half of all marriages end in divorce, the number of prenuptial agreements for first time marriages is extremely...

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