In a High Profile Divorce, Who Gets the Art?
Town and Country Magazine had a recent article on the subject of art collections in a divorce and who get them - "Legally speaking, art acquired during a marriage is “no different from pots and pans,” according to New York divorce lawyer Bernard Clair. If the warring parties cannot agree on an equitable distribution, one obvious option is to hire appraisers to then haggle over the division. It’s a subjective process, as evidenced by the Macklowes, and one that is often “hotly
Marriage Advice From A Local Priest, Rabbi & Divorce Lawyer
Milwaukee Magazine had a good recent article on how to make a good marriage from the perspective of a Priest, Rabbi & Divorce Lawyer. The takeaway - "Their three-way message, boiled down: Communicate, communicate, communicate. “I see all the differing reasons that marriages end,” says Susan Hansen, a family law attorney in Milwaukee who’s been handling divorces for 36 years. “I would say that my main advice is to have open and deep communication about all aspects of your marr
Sign here: Millennials increasingly seek prenups to protect their assets
There was a good recent article in The Indiana Lawyer on the subject of Millennials increasing finding Prenuptial Agreements advantageous to protect their growing assets. Apparently Indiana attorneys are noticing the same trend as Maryland Prenup attorneys. From the article - "While they are often portrayed as monetary safeguards for the rich and famous, prenuptial agreements have been appealing to a different demographic in recent years: millennials. In fact, about 51 percen