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Can you change a prenup?

You want to get a prenuptial agreement, and your significant other has agreed to it. Your only concern, though, is simply setting things in stone when your lives may significantly change in the years to come. Can you alter the prenup at a later date, or are you stuck...

Does alimony count as income for a mortgage?

After your divorce, you decide to stop renting and buy a house. You and your ex sold your house during the divorce, and you spent a year just renting an apartment while you got everything in order.Your ex was ordered to pay you alimony every month. It supplements the...

Extremely unfair prenups may get thrown out

A prenup may not be fair to both parties. Many times, the spouse who asks for the prenup has more money than the other spouse, and the entire goal is to protect that money. There is no way that is going to provide an even split.However, there is an upper limit to just...

Can an attorney benefit you during your divorce?

Like most people going through a divorce, this may be your first experience with the process, at least first hand. You may have stood by friends or family as they struggled through their divorces, but now you are on the inside, and it feels much different. First of...

What is your business really worth?

You and your spouse are getting a divorce, and your business is your largest asset. You own it together. You know that you do not want to continue to run it together, so your options are to sell the company or for one of you to buy out the other.Your spouse wants to...

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