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January 2014 Archives

Stay-at-home parents should consider postnuptial agreements


For many Virginia residents, the benefits of signing a prenuptial agreement are obvious. Protecting a couple's future interests in regards to property division, and parenting arrangements is something that is a no-brainer for some. However, many still hold the belief that prenuptial agreements conflict with their ideas of marriage and commitment. So they opt out of signing a prenuptial agreement -- which is okay for some people, but it becomes a little tricky when one of the parents decides to become a full-time caretaker. In these situations, a postnuptial agreement can oftentimes be helpful.

Hilary Duff and husband reach amiable divorce settlement


Divorce has many components. There are oftentimes custody arrangements to consider, property division decisions to settle and alimony plans to agree upon. Though this may seem overwhelming to some, it is possible to take the divorce process one step at a time and break down each component into palatable chunks, making it possible to come to an agreeable and mutually satisfactory divorce settlement.

Children in Virginia thrive with the support of both parents


Following a divorce, it is important for children to feel safe and secure that their parents love them and will care for them. Cooperating with an ex-spouse may be difficult, especially if the divorce was particularly acrimonious. However, it is in the best interests of the child for parents in Virginia to put their differences aside and focus on the singular goal of raising their child.

Does being a divorced parent really give you more freedom?

Many people think that when they get a divorce, life suddenly becomes easier and grants more freedom. It’s not hard to see why either considering the colloquialisms we associate with marriage such as “the old ball and chain” and “being tied down.” But does getting a divorce really provide you with more freedoms than when you were married?

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