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Some overlooked financial topics during a divorce

So you and your spouse decide that it is time for the two of you to divorce. This is a big step to take, and there will be a lot on your mind in the coming weeks and months. You'll go through a lot personally, mentally, and emotionally, and though it will certainly be a difficult time, you can come out the other side with a fresh perspective on life and a means to write a new chapter in the book that is your life.

Can you include anything in a prenuptial agreement?

Many people may incorrectly assume that a prenuptial agreement can contain language that outlines who any issue or matter is dealt with in a marriage or divorce. However, not every issue is on the table when a couple is putting together their prenuptial agreement. Along the same lines, not every topic that is included in a prenuptial agreement may hold up under review. It is possible to successfully challenge a prenuptial agreement (or just parts of it) on a variety of legal grounds or arguments.

Custody of a pet can be a major issue in divorce

Imagine that you and your spouse have been married for many years. At some point in the marriage, the two of you decided that you didn't want to have kids. Instead, you decided you wanted to share a pet. So you two got a dog, and you have loved and cared for it ever since.

What to look for in a military divorce

When it comes to divorce, you probably don't think about the implications of such a split on a military family. Military divorce is a complex matter that requires the two spouses to be prepared, organized, and well-represented so that they can get through the divorce with as few complications as possible.

1999 photo shows divorcing couple dividing Beanie Babies

When you think back to the 1990s, one thing that immediately becomes clear is that it was a funny time. And if there is one object that exemplifies this "funny" sentiment of the 90s, it is Beanie Babies. They were going to be valuable forever, and their collectible nature made them an essential piece of the zeitgeist during that decade.

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