You and the person you love may have a great relationship, except that you frequently bicker about money, and sometimes the arguments get pretty heated. You want to get married, but you are beginning to wonder if money issues will drive a wedge into your relationship even before you are scheduled to walk down the aisle. A friend suggested that you and your intended see an attorney about creating a prenuptial agreement. Could a prenup provide a workable plan? Could it actually bring compromise on the money front?
In a past post we covered how the beginning of the year marks an increased rate of divorce filings in California and throughout the U.S. Whether ringing in the New Year meant deciding to end your marriage or whether you make that decision during any other time of year, there are some important steps to take soon after filing the divorce papers.
The year of 2017 has ushered in a new administration into the United States government. That alone will bring some need to transition and adjust to big change. But on a more personal level for married couples in California and throughout the country, many are also dealing with the significant life change of divorce.