4 Lies You Probably Believe About Prenuptial Agreements

One of the most common legal actions taken before marriage is signing a prenuptial agreement, which typically defines the financial and property rights of each spouse in case of a divorce. Unfortunately, prenups have amassed a terrible reputation over the last few decades. Commonly associated with the rich and wealthy, prenuptial agreements are usually seen as a lack of trust between marrying couples. This has Read More

Shacking Up? Protect Yourself!

In my family law practice I am increasingly being asked to help couples develop a "no-nup" agreement - essentially a prenuptial agreement for couples that have no intention of marrying. It seems that this increase is caused by a) more couples simply putting off or eschewing marriage all together, and b) older couples who have been burned by divorce previously and want to avoid it this time around. In some Read More