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April 2016 Archives

Considering a prenup? Know what to include and what to avoid

Couples that are about to walk down the aisle may consider a prenuptial agreement to protect both parties. Prenups aren't the taboo contracts that society used to frown upon. Today, they are vital documents that most couples should at least discuss before getting married. Even if you don't end up signing a prenup, the conversation itself can at least allow the couple to discuss some important financial and life topics that may not have happened if the prenup conversation hadn't been made.

Getting divorced? How to retain ownership of a pet

Millions of American households have at least one pet and, for many pet owners, a dog or cat is regarded as being another member of the family. It makes sense, therefore, that issues related to pet ownership can become heated and contentious during a divorce. This can be especially true in cases where spouses purchased or adopted a pet together or where one spouse intentionally tries to use a pet to get back at a soon-to-be ex-spouse.

Divorce and courtroom conduct: the importance of keeping your cool

Even under the best of circumstances, going through a divorce can be exceedingly difficult. In cases where you and a soon-to-be ex-spouse don't get along and are at odds over issues related to child custody, spousal support and the division of assets; the divorce process is bound to be even more unpleasant and stressful. While it can be challenging to take emotions out of the equation, it's important to keep your eyes on the prize and to plan and formulate a strategy for how to achieve your divorce goals.

Amazon sues Target amid fears that former employee will spill trade secrets

Gone are the days when you had to walk or drive to a local retailer to pick up toothpaste or visit a furniture store to purchase a kitchen table. Today, retailers of all sizes are turning to the Internet to offer their products directly to consumers. The problem for many retailers, however, is how to do so quickly and in a way that is cost-effective for both the customer and retailer.

Divorce and what to do with a previously shared home

Many people who go through a divorce struggle with what to do with a previously shared home. A home is often associated with memories and strong emotions, both good and bad, and these feelings, coupled with a desire to provide some stability in one's own life as well as the lives of children, often make the decision of what to do with a family home that much more complicated.

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