3 Key Facts About Indiana Spousal Maintenance

3 Key Facts About Indiana Spousal Maintenance

In the instance of a dissolution of marriage in Indiana, there may be a spouse that is unable to care for themselves on either a temporary or on an indefinite basis in certain instances. In some states it is called alimony, however, in Indiana it is called spousal...
8 Unforgettable Prenuptial Agreement Facts

8 Unforgettable Prenuptial Agreement Facts

A prenuptial agreement is a written contract a couple signs before getting married. It specifies what will happen to their assets if they split up. A premarital contract or prenuptial agreement is a wise way to protect the assets of the individual, can minimize...
Preparing for Divorce with Children

Preparing for Divorce with Children

Divorce is a difficult experience for any person to go through, but it’s specifically tough on children. One of the most difficult jobs you’ll have upon choosing to finish your marital relationship is breaking the news to the children. While there’s...
The Difference Between Will and Trust

The Difference Between Will and Trust

When it comes to leaving something behind for your family and other loved ones, there are many routes through which to direct your assets. The two most popular route is either the will and trust. Both, are essentially tools used for estate planning. If you want to...
Benefits of Hiring a Family Law Attorney

Benefits of Hiring a Family Law Attorney

Divorces and separation cases are mentally draining and stressful. The good news is that seasoned family law firm will give you a shoulder to lean on. Besides legal support, family attorneys go a step further to provide you with emotional and moral support.  But that...
What Happens When You Get a Prenuptial Agreement?

What Happens When You Get a Prenuptial Agreement?

A prenuptial agreement (also referred to as premarital or antenuptial) is a written private contract between two parties before marriage or civil union. The contract prepared couples for any eventuality. For instance, how would you want to handle assets in case of a...