Prenuptial agreements are usually a good idea for couples, but did you know that certain rabbis in the United States require them to marry a bride and groom?
Military divorces are similar to typical divorces, but there are a few exceptions in terms of the divorce's timeline and rules. In military divorces, there is a chance that at least one of the two people seeking divorce will be deployed at a distance that makes it impossible or difficult for them to make it to hearings, meetings and to make other necessary steps forward in the divorce.
You have been with your spouse for over a decade, but you weren't surprised when they approached you for a divorce. Over the last few years, they've become unhappier by the day. You don't believe it came down to anything you did or didn't do, but instead, was because they wanted to move on.
There are many things that you may wish to include in a prenuptial agreement so that you don't have to worry about working through disputes if you have a divorce later in the future. However, there are certain terms that can't be discussed in prenuptial agreements. These terms are usually dependent on factors that can't be predicted, so courts don't allow them to be in the legal document. Even if they are included, they'll be invalidated.
Sole custody might seem like a good idea if you're hoping to make all the major decisions for your child, and it can even seem like a good way to show that you're "right" compared to your spouse when considering all aspects of your divorce.