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 […]
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).