Prenuptial Agreements

How to Begin a Separation

Monday, February 25th, 2019

If you’re ready to begin separating from your spouse, you need to take careful steps in the beginning to ensure that the process goes smoothly. Even if you’re not planning on getting divorced any time soon, a legal separation does still affect your finances and a number of other factors. By carefully planning out your...  read more

Should I File Joint Taxes if I’ve Separated from my Spouse?

Thursday, November 29th, 2018

While you and your spouse have decided that living together is no longer an option, you may decide to legally separate. Sometimes, this is the first step towards divorce. Other times, you may remain married for years, even for the rest of your lives. There are certainly some benefits to doing so, but there are...  read more

My Spouse Is Avoiding Being Served – What Can I Do?

Friday, August 31st, 2018

When you want a divorce, but your spouse does not or is intent on making the process as long and as difficult as possible just to spite you, they may do their best to dodge being served the divorce paperwork. They believe that if they’re never served, the divorce simply won’t happen. They may think...  read more

Say "I Do" to Prenuptial Agreements

Monday, July 27th, 2015

A prenuptial agreement may seem like something reserved only for the super-rich and super-famous, but with divorce rates rising, the number of people opting to draft a prenuptial agreement before saying “I do” is on the rise, too. While planning for a wedding, talking about what should happen in the event of your divorce may...  read more

Reasons for Invalidation of New York Prenuptial Agreements

Thursday, November 20th, 2014

So you and your future spouse have drafted and signed a prenuptial agreement, that means it’s all legally binding- right?   The short answer is: not always.   Prenups can become invalidated on a variety of grounds, and prenups are a great protective financial measure for engaged couples to take, specifically the spouse with a...  read more



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