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Drafting a Prenuptial Agreement
Drafting a Prenuptial Agreement

If you are planning to get married and are interested in protecting yourself from the “what ifs” that come with asset division and protection, it is important to consider a prenuptial agreement. A prenuptial agreement is a legal contract between two people who intend to get ...

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  • Parenting Plans for Special Needs Children

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  • Dividing or Protecting Your Pension During Divorce

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  • The Basics of Alimony Laws in Connecticut

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  • 5 Things You Need to Do Before a Divorce

    Before a divorce , many factors must be considered. Five of the most crucial are as follows: Tie up loose ends, i.e. finalize any pending purchases or ...

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  • Temporary Restraining Order Filing Process

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    Domestic violence is the physical or emotional abuse of a family member, or someone who lives with the abuser. More often than not, a domestic ...

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    Many websites and books claim that you can complete a divorce on your own without the need for legal help. While it is indeed possible for a couple to ...

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