August 2019 Archives

Prepare for unexpected issues in a divorce

Sometimes an Indiana couple has reached the point in their relationship that they can no longer stay married. When this happens, they will frequently want to get the divorce process over with as quickly as they can. It can be beneficial to move on and start a new life, but during the emotional upheaval of a divorce, it is easy to forget certain factors that can be problematic in its immediate aftermath. Being fully prepared takes careful thought, patience and legal advice.

Signing a legal agreement with your spouse after marriage

Like many other Indiana couples, you did not see the benefit of a prenuptial agreement before you walked down the aisle. Perhaps you did not think this was necessary because you were not wealthy or you did not have significantly valuable assets to protect. However, things may have changed over time, and now you are wondering what legal protections may be available to you.

How to retain the house in property division after a divorce

When it comes to property division in an Indiana divorce, there are often disagreements as to how certain items should be split. Oftentimes, one of the most valuable items in a marriage is the marital home. In a best-case scenario, the couple will be amicable and can negotiate a settlement. In other cases, there is acrimony and endless disputes. Regardless of the situation, when it comes to the marital home and property division, it is important for the parties to understand their options.

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