Career goals change. Maybe you first started on your career track in college because they told you that you had to pick a major. You weren't sure what you wanted to do, but you made that choice at 18 years old, and it guided the rest of your life.
To those who have never heard of divorce mediation, the term may sound more frightening than a traditional divorce. We want you to understand that mediation is typically much less stressful (and scary) than litigated divorces.
Recently in our blog, we discussed the benefits of drafting a postnuptial agreement to address any marital problems New York couples may have. We decided to continue talking about marital agreements by letting our readers know that not all prenuptial agreements are valid.
For many people who have to return to work after they get divorced, one of the biggest hurdles they have to overcome is learning how to use technology that has changed while they were out of the workforce.
When you first found out that you and your spouse will be divorcing, one of your first concerns may have been over child custody. Parents who are beginning the divorce process often have many questions about child custody. Parents often want to better understand what custody is, who determines what custody option is appropriate and how that decision is made. If you are a parent beginning the divorce process, understanding the answers of questions like these can help you be more informed as you face decisions regarding the custody of your own child.
Most people entering into marriage do not consider prenuptial agreements. That's in part because being in love overrules caution in many cases. Since no one expects to get a divorce when they are preparing to marry, why bother with a prenup? Unfortunately, divorces do occur, even when couples are deeply in love at the time of their wedding.