Premarital agreements, also called “prenuptial” or “postnuptial” agreements in some states, are contracts made between prospective spouses considering marriage, which become effective at the time of the marriage. The general purpose of premarital agreements is for prospective spouses to define, prior to marriage, their rights and obligations on financial issues, including the division of … Continue reading Premarital (Prenuptial) Agreements in New Jersey
New Jersey lawmakers agree that the state’s alimony laws need an overhaul, however, they will need to reach a compromise in order to come up with a solution. Compromise is often hard to come up with when dealing with divorce. Under the current law, alimony terminates when either party dies or there is the … Continue reading Will Lawmakers Find Compromise on Alimony Reform?