As I considered the provisions of the agreement in light of recent development in the law, I started to think: Who really needs a cohabitation agreement anyway? Four categories came to mind
An article published recently in USA Today reports that prenuptial agreements are more acceptable today to couples who are engaged than at any time in the past. Nearly one-third of single adults say they would ask a significant other to sign a prenup, according to a February survey of 2,323 adults by Harris Interactive. Only 3% of folks with a spouse or fiancée have a prenuptial agreement, but that’s up […]
An issue that befuddles some business owners during the course of their divorce litigation is how to regulate the operation and management of their businesses.
By letting the media firestorm subside, Woods might be able to preserve his valuable sponsorships, at least for a while. Given the stakes, wouldn’t it make sense to throw a little money her way?
In Mackay v. Mackay (2009), a parent attempted to enforce a casual conversation about college plans for their young children as a “verbal agreement” to pay college expenses.
During the statewide broadcast of PBI’s Family Law Update today, my colleague David Ladov asked me to post the features that a marital settlement agreement would have to contain in order to qualify as a QDRO (qualified domestic relations order). A QDRO is one of two possible ways that someone may waive his or her right to receive a share of his or her ex-spouse’s retirement benefits (the other being a beneficiary designation form).