Category Archives: Prenuptial Agreements

January 25, 2016

Patience & Divorce

Having friends scattered throughout the country has shown me just how drastic divorce proceedings and turnarounds can be. My friend in Baltimore, Maryland, who was married for 5 years with no kids, had no battles over property division, and her Continue reading…

September 4, 2015

5 Things to Consider About Prenuptial Agreements

So, here is another one of those 3, 5, 7, 8, etc. things/reasons to do/not do something. In thinking about this blog I actually found an article called 5 Realities About Prenuptial Agreements – Why Having One May Be a Continue reading…

June 9, 2014

Hello Young Lovers Whoever You Are…

I’ve been writing some blog posts about Pre-Marital Agreements, also known as Pre-Nuptial Agreements or Ante-Nuptial Agreements. This document can be worth its weight in wisdom, yet it is so under used. Recently I was asked to read a new Continue reading…

May 28, 2014

Hey There, You With the Stars in Your Eyes…

In my previous post I raised the counter intuitive prospect of considering things from the perspective of one getting ready to seek a divorce, but doing this while putting together a pre-marital agreement prior to your wedding. The book, Considering Continue reading…

April 15, 2014

Mental Stoppers to Prenuptial Agreements

 As Dennis Green, former Vikings coach, once said – “The beauty of living in America is that anyone can have an opinion about anything. The other great thing about America is that I don’t have to listen to them! Opinions are Continue reading…

August 9, 2013

Is It Harder for a Same-Sex Couple to Divorce?

A recent article, “For gay couples, divorce comes with extra costs” describes the difficulties some people have faced in getting a same-sex divorce. Some of the difficulties identified have been addressed in Minnesota’s recent same-sex civil marriage legislation and others Continue reading…

July 10, 2013

Why Prenuptial Agreements?

Prenuptial agreements – “What’s Love Got to Do With It?” For people planning their wedding, the thought of entering into a prenuptial agreement may seem unromantic and pessimistic. It addresses what would happen if your marriage doesn’t work out. But Continue reading…