As technology advances, couples are increasingly turning to alternative methods of procreation. Some couples pursue the path of embryo cryopreservation—a process by which an egg is fertilized through in vitro fertilization (IVF) and then frozen. The embryo can then be brought to term whenever the couple decides they’re ready to have a child.
Although many spouses just want to move through a divorce quickly, the decisions made in the proceeding will shape your post-divorce life. Accordingly, it is important to understand the legal consequences of child support and custody obligations, property division rights, and spousal support.
Divorce involves extremely complicated financial issues that usually revolve around property, children, and investments. While not all marriages end in divorce, you should always be in a position to protect your interests and the interests of your children.
A prenuptial agreement refers to an agreement between two spouses that describes the financial consequences of a divorce. Marrying couples who get a prenup are usually dissatisfied with the way divorce law handles the finances of a divorced couple. Unfortunately, many divorced couples miss out on the advantages of a prenup due to the misconception that these agreements are only for the wealthy. If you're getting married, here are a few reasons you should consider getting a prenuptial agreement.
During the merriment of the holidays, many people put off making hard decisions. For those in unhappy marriages, one of such decisions is getting a divorce. However, with the arrival of the New Year, many find that it is time to take action. If you are considering a divorce and a fresh start in the New Year, here are four things that you can do to prepare yourself for the divorce process.