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Should you officially serve your spouse divorce papers?

You decide that you want to end your marriage, and so you file for divorce. You go to the court to file the papers. They explain that the next step is to give your spouse a set amount of time to respond, which you do by serving those papers to him or her. You can officially do this with various service methods, such as the sheriff's office.

7 signs that may mean a divorce is coming

Impending divorce is not always obvious before it happens. Some couples split up after one unexpected event or because of outside factors, such as a drug addiction problem. However, there are some signs that experts use to predict divorce. They may mean that a marital breakdown is statistically more likely.

Should I fight my prenuptial agreement in court?

Imagine your husband has been having an affair and he wants to get a divorce. You agree, and that's when his lawyer contacts you to remind you of the prenuptial agreement you signed two decades ago - something you had long-ago forgotten about. The question is: Will your prenuptial agreement even hold up in court? Can you challenge it after all these years?

8 ways a prenuptial agreement helps

Prenuptial agreements have had a bad reputation for a long time, but in recent years, more and more spouses are seeing the wisdom of these agreements. Essentially, a prenup recognizes that humans aren't perfect, and sometimes we make mistakes when we select the person who we think we want to spend the rest of our lives with. It represents a sound and respectful plan for the possibility of divorce, which hopefully will never occur.

Thoughts on electronic security after divorce

If you are recently divorced or are in the midst of a breakup, gaining separation (both physical and emotional) may be your top priority. It is understandable that you want to move on from such a painful experience. In doing so, changing one’s social media profile is part of moving on with life. But while “unfriending” your ex’s friends and switching from “married” to “single” on Facebook, it is critical to consider the full breast of electronic security.

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