Choosing to get married is one of the most life-changing decisions you can make. In doing so, you join your resources and aspirations together with another person, altering everything from living style to vacation destinations in an effort to come to a happy compromise with your chosen partner.
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Baltimore County Family Law Attorney Blog
As you prepare to enter into the legal state of marriage, you may be thinking about how you can protect your assets. While no one anticipates getting divorced before tying the knot, it is smart to make sure your bases are covered, should this relationship not work out as planned. While some see this kind of thinking as a bad omen, we believe that having your finances protected and in good standing is a reasonable and practical step to take.
During divorce, asset division can be a highly contentious topic. No matter how generous two people may be in normal day-to-day life, things can rapidly change when the conversation turns to dividing assets that were once a symbol of a happy marriage.
It can be shocking when a couple who have been together for a decade file for divorce, but more and more couples who have successfully raised families decide to go their separate ways after the children are grown up. Once that common concern of children is taken care of, some incompatibilities may be more difficult to ignore.
The Law Offices of Amar S. Weisman understands that clients want the Divorce Process to be as efficient and private as possible. From time to time, we will settle a case that has gone on for months in just a few days. Although celebrities often serve as awful role models, Cal Ripkin and Kelly Ripkin, as usual, did things the right way thanks to excellent legal representation.
The passage of a new law often brings with it a sense of hope and optimism. And when these laws apply to the area of family law, we definitely take note. After all, family law helps people navigate some of the most difficult phases of their lives. And any law that might assist in making that phase as smooth as possible is certainly welcome. So, you can imagine that when the latest round of laws went into effect on October 1st, there were two that especially caught our attention.
When it comes to marriage, it is important for both spouses to be on the same page. Deciding to unite also means sharing responsibilities. Earning money and taking care of the home have long been two of the main spheres that couples must tend to.
All divorces are traumatic. No matter how long or short the marriage; no matter how much or how little money is at stake; whether there are children or not; whether you or your spouse first expressed the desire to separate; the truth prevails that all divorces are traumatic.The reasons are obvious:
- You invested years into the marriage that you will never get back.
- You invested money into the marriage that you might or might not get back.
- You invested hope into the marriage and probably every person going through a divorce fees foolish, at least for a day.
Now that school is in full swing, children have a number of things with which to concern themselves. However, for kids whose parents have recently gone through a divorce, schoolwork and family life can leave them feeling helpless and/or stressed.
The entertainment world has been filled with news related to celebrity divorces and general turmoil in recent months. One of the latest celebrity couples to finalize their divorce is actress Amber Heard and actor Johnny Depp. After only 15 months of marriage, the couple has decided to call it quits, with Heard ultimately seeking a temporary restraining order against Depp after claiming that he was physically and verbally abusive to her during the marriage.