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Don't overlook the pros and cons of a prenuptial agreement

One thing that many people talk about before a marriage is whether a prenuptial agreement is a good idea, or the right idea, for their marriage. For some, asking for a prenuptial agreement may signify that they don't trust their partners, but that shouldn't be the case. In fact, a prenuptial agreement can protect both parties and should be used to do so.

The holidays can still be good during a divorce with proper plans

The holidays can be hard on parents when they're in a loving relationship, but when a divorce is involved, it's a whole different situation. What was once a time to bond with their children could become a time to use their children against one another. This should never happen, but it can and does.

What does focusing on your child's best interests mean?

When you're going through a divorce, it's necessary to put your child first. Regardless of the situation, your child's best interests are paramount. Whether you make a parenting agreement yourself or have a judge order one, the result should be a situation that works in favor of your child.

Choosing adoption: Cost doesn't have to deter you

A forever family is important for children without a home. Adoptive families have the ability to create an environment where a child can thrive while building their own family. There are several steps during the adoption process of which you need to be aware. Perhaps one of the most important is determining the type of adoption you'd like to pursue.

Can you divide equity if you're not married?

If you're friends who want to buy property or live with a boyfriend or girlfriend when you want to purchase a home, then you're in a situation where you'll share an asset. For many people who purchase property in this way, the main concern is, "what happens if the friendship comes to an end?"

Grandparents can seek visitation rights in Nebraska

When you have a son or daughter who goes through a divorce, you may be concerned that you'll no longer get to see your grandchildren. Maybe the other parent is seeking sole custody or your child only wants to seek visitation time; whatever the reason is, you need to know your rights as a grandparent to keep your relationship with your grandchild.