Preparing a Co-Parenting Plan That Will Reduce Tension After Divorce

Posted on: 21 January 2020

Divorce is often a complicated process, and caring for children from your marriage makes it even more complicated. One of the first things you'll have to do as part of the divorce is preparing a co-parenting plan. Ideally, both parents should be involved in raising children from the marriage. But agreeing on such a plan isn't as easy as it sounds. There are many different elements that go into co-parenting. You'll have to determine a custody plan, how the needs of the children will be met and how much time each parent will spend with the kids. [Read More]

4 Dos and Don'ts for Drafting a Prenuptial Agreement for Your Partner

Posted on: 14 January 2020

Prenuptial agreements were for the longest time only common among celebrities and the wealthy in society. However, today prenups are a tool that most people use before getting married. They help reduce dispute during a divorce, especially in matters of property division. Prenups are often pushed by individuals who have family assets and dynasties that would suffer in the event of a divorce. Long gone are the days when prenuptial agreements were frowned upon as a sign of distrust in a partner. [Read More]