Valentine's Day: Nothing says I love you like a prenup
Philadelphia Business Journal had a recent article on Prenups worth visiting - "With the ever-present knowledge of a high national divorce rate, more and more couples are opting to discuss, negotiate, and execute some form of a prenuptial agreement. Anyone who has chosen to follow the traditional marriage route and is honest about it knows that staying married and in a connected relationship with another person along with his or her extended family over a long period of time
How to Divorce Post Start-Up: Tech tycoons learn about prenups the hard way.
Town and Country Magazine had a good recent article on the subject tech tycoons and prenups, what what we can learn from them - "As simple—if undesirable to certain parties—as that sounds, division can be difficult when a divorcing individual’s company hasn’t monetized its value yet. Cases like Doug’s are not so complicated, according to Laurie Fried of New Leaf Financial Advisory, who works with couples going through divorce. “He had already sold his company and they were li
How To Bring Up A Prenup Without Sounding Like A Jerk
The Huffington Post had a good recent article on the subject of "diplomacy" when discussing a Prenuptial Agreement. From the article - 1. Have the conversation as early as possible. This is a delicate, uncomfortable conversation, but if it’s something that genuinely matters to you, you owe it to your partner to bring it up as soon as possible, said Lisa Helfend Meyer, a family law attorney in Los Angeles. 2. Know that it’s going to be a weird, heavy conversation. There’s no w