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Can long distance co-parenting work out?

Co-parenting is one of the best arrangements to have after a divorce, both for children and for the parents. However, not every set of parents will stay within a close distance of each other for their child's entire childhood. In these situations, is it still possible...

Topics worth discussing before you marry

You are in love and want to spend the rest of your life with your one and only. Marriage is the logical next step. Before tying the knot, it behooves both of you to review a host of unromantic topics. Keep in mind that you are signing a contract with a significant...

How do military parents handle co-parenting?

These days, more parents have decided to go with divorce when the relationship fails. This means that more military parents also fall into this category. Despite the similarities between civilian and military parents, there are enough differences to cause potential...

Do you and your spouse need a postnuptial agreement?

Thanks to Hollywood, virtually everyone knows about prenuptial agreements. To protect their financial and other interests, intending spouses sign these legally enforceable contracts before they walk down the aisle. Another equally important agreement does not get much...

What goes into building a prenup?

Securing your future with a new spouse requires more than planning the wedding. You may want to consider broaching the topic of creating a prenuptial agreement before tying the knot. A prenuptial agreement is a misunderstood legal document. Some people consider a...

What can a prenuptial agreement do?

Before you wed, you may want to talk to your future spouse about a prenuptial agreement. While this legal contract has a bad rep, it serves as a helpful tool. A prenup acts as a contract that should you and your spouse split up, the decisions you made in love stand....