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Prenuptial Agreements/ Premarital Agreements

Category: Prenuptial Agreements/ Premarital Agreements

Can I Break My Prenuptial Agreement?

Author: Erin D. DeGeorge

A pre-nuptial agreement is entered into by two parties who are engaged to be married.  The purpose of a pre-nuptial agreement is to protect the separate...

Sherri Shepherd’s Divorce and Prenuptial Agreement

Author: Rosanne S. DeTorres

Another headline celebrity New Jersey divorce has hit the tabloids. Sherri Shepherd and her husband Lamar Sally have each filed for divorce, according to news...

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Is military divorce the same as regular divorce?

Military divorce couples file for divorce using the same process that civilians use; however, when military couples divorce there are factors that have to be considered separate from routine divorce situations. While there are many similarities among a military divorce and divorces involving...

February 21, 2024 Read More

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What is bird nesting divorce?

A bird nesting divorce, also referred to as bird's nest custody, or bird nesting, is a living arrangement that allows for the children to continue to reside in the family home while the parties take turns living in the home. Bird nesting divorce is intended to keep the primary burden of the divorce...

February 13, 2024 Read More

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Co-owning a house after divorce

Co-owning a house after divorce, and divorcing with a house in both names, is an issue that arises when people divorce and own a home together.  Couples have to decide whether they will continue to co-own their home after their divorce.  When parties own a home and are going to divorce, the home...

February 3, 2024 Read More

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