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September 2015 Archives

Reasons why a court might invalidate a prenuptial agreement

Many people think that prenuptial agreements are only for the wealthiest of Americans. Others think that it is simply unromantic. After all, talking about who gets what if a couple divorces before the wedding even happens can seem that way.

Does a publilcity statement set celebrity divorces apart?

While it can be tempting to think that a celebrity's money is what sets his or her divorce apart from ours, the truth is that a publicity statement could be the most pronounced difference. This summer has seen multiple celebrity divorces, with the couples issuing statements about their splits. Those statements almost always contain a request for privacy, which is something the layperson usually like to have as well.

What is the ABLE Act?

It's been in the works for more than eight years. The "Achieving a Better Life Experience" Act, also known as ABLE, was the idea of a father who had a daughter with Down syndrome. After presenting his idea to the Down Syndrome Association of Northern Virginia, and it ended up in front of Rep. Ander Crenshaw, (R-FL). Rep. Crenshaw fought for the bill's passage, although it took some time to get it to a vote.

Is your soon-to-be ex-spouse hiding assets during the divorce?

It's not all that uncommon for a spouse to attempt to conceal assets from his or her soon-to-be ex-spouse. There are a number of reasons why a spouse would want to hide assets, but it usually boils down to not having to share any with his or her spouse.

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