Month: April 2012
Is cohabitation before marriage a recipe for divorce?
Whether you live in Birmingham or elsewhere, going through a divorce can be difficult. When couples get married they likely find it impossible to believe that their union could one day end. However, many marriages do end in divorce. But what if there were things couples could do to avoid divorce later on in life?
Technology expands child custody options
According to one report, about 18 million children have parents who are either divorced or separated. Another 17 million children have parents who have never been married. About a quarter of those children have a parent living in a different city. Although living in a different city used to pose a greater problem, technology has
Prenuptial agreement benefitted singer in recent high asset divorce
Couples in Alabama with high-value assets will often choose to sign a prenuptial agreement before they are married. A prenuptial agreement can help couples avoid lengthy court battles and allows individuals to keep their valuable assets. One singer is evidence of how valuable prenuptial agreements can be. Former American Idol contestant Ruben Studdard recently finalized
Settling child custody matters
Settling child custody disputes can be emotional and difficult for both parents after a divorce. Parents in Alabama and elsewhere want what is best for their children. However, there can be disagreements between parents about what is in their child’s best interests. Some parents are able to settle child custody matters on their own. Often