A prenuptial or postnuptial agreement is a great way to protect assets in the event of a divorce. Most individuals can benefit from having some type of agreement when entering into a marriage, especially those who have businesses, significant assets or children from a previous relationship.
Lawyers understand divorce lingo
On Behalf of Lauzon Paluch | Aug 3, 2020 | Blog, Divorce
It's no surprise that when you go through a divorce, there's a lot of divorce jargon that will get thrown around, used in documents and ultimately end up in an agreement. What does it mean when your soon-to-be ex says they are a victim of inhuman treatment? What...
Do you need a postnuptial agreement?
On Behalf of Lauzon Paluch | Jul 6, 2020 | Blog
You may be no stranger to a prenuptial agreement. This legal document serves to eliminate a lot of the conflict in the event of a divorce by deciding on matters, such as property division, before the marriage takes place. However, you cannot prepare for everything...
A guide to dividing stock options in your divorce
by lauzonfamilylaw | Jun 1, 2020 | Blog
Some assets are fairly simple to divide during divorce, like selling your car and splitting the profits. If you are dividing more complex assets such as stock options, you face unique challenges. Stock options that cannot be sold off to a third party or do not have a...
Is there a good time of year to file for divorce?
On Behalf of Lauzon Paluch | Mar 2, 2020 | Blog
A common adage is that half of all marriages end in divorce. That is actually not quite true. The divorce rate in the United States is actually the lowest it has been in decades, according to a report in Time Magazine.However, many couples still deal with divorce...
4 tips for managing long distance co-parenting
On Behalf of Lauzon Paluch | Feb 4, 2020 | Blog
Co-parenting is one of the most promising of emerging trends for parents who are looking to do what is best for their kids after a divorce. If you want to avoid the tension and stress that so often accompanies custody disputes, it may be the best option for your...
The pros and cons of throwing a divorce party
On Behalf of Lauzon Paluch | Jan 6, 2020 | Blog
Throwing a party is a trend for those recently divorced. What the party looks like depends on what the divorce looked like. Those who ended on friendly terms tend to have a tasteful get-together to express that they still have respect and consideration for each other...
When to file for divorce: Does timing make a difference?
On Behalf of Lauzon Paluch | Dec 2, 2019 | Blog
You've made the decision to file for divorce. Now, when should you do it? You should consider a few issues before you decide when to file for divorce to protect yourself and your loved ones. Below is a list of what to consider and when it is the most beneficial time...
Tips for spending the holidays as a divorced parent
On Behalf of Lauzon Paluch | Nov 4, 2019 | Blog
While the holiday season can be great for family time, it is also bound to introduce some stresses for divorced parents and their children. For example, what if your ex lives across the country and wants your child to stay two extra days? Or, what if you want to spend...
Is my inheritance safe in divorce?
On Behalf of Lauzon Paluch | Oct 14, 2019 | Blog
Once you enter into a marriage, your life can feel almost entirely co-mingled with your spouse. If you bring assets into the marriage or have a significant inheritance, it is a smart idea to consider having a prenuptial agreement or inquire about asset protection...
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