Month: June 2014
Including social media clause in prenuptial agreement
Prenuptial agreements are known to protect a spouse’s assets in case of divorce in the future. These assets generally include retirement accounts and properties. Alabama spouses may not be aware that they can also include a social media content clause in a prenuptial agreement. This clause dictates what Alabama spouses are allowed to share online.
Divorce parties are on the rise
In regard to ending marriage, divorce parties have been increasing in popularity. The average divorce party in Alabama can cost approximately $25,000. Instead of moping around, recently divorced individuals have started to celebrate their newfound freedom. Specialists, including bakers and event planners, have observed the increase in divorce parties throughout the years. People getting a
Could it be best for Alabama parents to prevent divorce?
Divorce is oftentimes an emotional situation for many spouses. This is one of the reasons why many Alabama spouses with children choose to avoid divorce. Most parents may wonder if they should remain married or get a divorce when kids are involved. The decision to stay married or get divorced primarily may depend on why
Why wealthy Alabama spouses enter in a prenuptial agreement
Till death do us part is not always guaranteed, especially since there is such a high divorce rate. Since the divorce rate is so high, it may have sparked a rise in a prenuptial agreement being entered into. Most Alabama spouses who enter into prenups are those wishing to protect their assets just in case