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Prenup, postnup or nothing at all?

Almost everyone is familiar with the term "prenuptial agreement," which gives a couple control over their future wealth once they marry. You are probably used to hearing it mentioned in relation to entertainers and well-known sports figures who have assets worth millions of dollars, but prenups, as they are often called, have become popular with couples in many different income brackets-and so have postnups.

Warm Wishes and Ways to Give Back

In the spirit of the holiday season, there are so many ways to give back and to make the holidays merry and bright for the less fortunate. We all see the Salvation Army volunteers outside of our favorite stores collecting change, but there are many more programs out there that support families in the local community.

Parental Alienation: Child Abuse?

Parental alienation often arises during highly contested custody matters when one parent's actions cause a child to side with that parent and to refuse or resist a relationship with the other parent. Sadly, this behavior is often encouraged by the parent with whom the child has aligned herself, but does it rise to the level of child abuse?

Post-nuptial Agreements: What is your consideration?

Almost everyone who is or has contemplated the possibility of marriage has heard of a prenuptial agreement, which is a contract between two soon-to-be married persons that can specify their rights and obligations with respect to their separate property in the event of divorce, annulment, and/or death. However, many already married couples may not be aware that there is such a thing as postnuptial agreements. Postnuptial agreements can cover the same issues that arise in prenuptial agreements such as equitable division of the assets, waiver of rights to certain property of the other person, and alimony.

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