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A prenuptial agreement assists Pennsylvania couples with finances

Preparing to get married is a time filled with excitement and joy. In the midst of making all the arrangements and rehearsals, couples may forget to discuss certain items, like their finances. Each person brings his or her own perspective regarding spending and saving into the relationship. It is important for Pennsylvania couples approaching a wedding to understand how they are going to handle finances together, possibly by using a prenuptial agreement.

Divorce and child custody: 2 parts of Pennsylvania family law

Family law covers a wide variety of issues that families may face. It covers events like the adoption of a child, an agreement before a marriage or divorce. Divorce and child custody are two major aspects that are dealt with in this branch of law. Although there is such a wide range of matter with which family law deals, Pennsylvania families do not have to be confused and can have a thorough understanding of what each process entails.

A prenuptial agreement may be crucial for Pennsylvania couples

Relationships can be challenging, especially as one considers taking the step of marriage or divorce. Not only can family situations cause emotional stress, they can also create stress financially. Too few people in Pennsylvania understand the financial steps that have to be taken during the divorce process. Even fewer know what they need to do, such as creating a prenuptial agreement, when they want to get remarried.

Deciding on a prenuptial agreement in Pennsylvania

Marriage is looked upon as a celebratory event. While it can be an extremely exciting time, it is also a serious life-change. As couples approach this major event in their lives, it may be smart to create a prenuptial agreement. People in Pennsylvania may benefit from making the effort to understand how these agreements can be beneficial in the long run.

Some Pennsylvania couples choose to get a prenuptial agreement

Getting married is one of the happiest times in one’s life. It provides a new beginning and changes the lives of two people, as they become one family. Such a big life-change also requires some action, like signing a marriage license or prenuptial agreement. While one may not desire to create a prenuptial agreement, it is important for couples in Pennsylvania to understand the purpose of such agreements.

Does using Twitter lead to divorce?

A new study claims that frequent use of Twitter can increase one’s likelihood of emotional or physical infidelity and could lead to divorce. The study asked questions about Twitter use and infidelity to 514 participants. The same author published a study on this issue as it relates to Facebook use last year and reported similar findings.

Study challenges accepted notions on divorce rates

A new study has challenged some of the prevailing wisdom on divorce rates and trends in the United States. Researchers using new more thorough data collection from the most recent Census Bureau American Community Survey say that divorce rates may not be declining as we previously thought, but rather staying consistent or even rising.

Donor ordered to pay child support

A man who donated sperm to a lesbian couple to help them have a child is facing a court order to pay one of those women child support. The order came after one of the mothers of the child applied for public assistance, a process which required her to disclose the identity of the donor and led the state to contact the man and demand that he provide the financial assistance that the family needed.

The who, how and why of prenups in Pennsylvania

People across the country are probably familiar with what a prenuptial agreement is. However, for those who don't know, it is an agreement that couples can sign before marriage that details how their assets would be divided if the couple ever got a divorce. These agreements can be highly customizable.

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