Corporate Custody: What Happens To A Family Business During A Divorce?

Posted on: 24 January 2023

A divorce is the end of a marriage. It doesn't have to conclusively mean the end of any partnership—although it often does. If you and your spouse are planning to divorce, and are in a partnership where you operate a small business, what becomes of that business?  A Business Partnership The dissolution of a marriage doesn't necessarily mean the dissolution of a business partnership. This is very much a subjective decision. [Read More]

Understanding Prenups: What Are the Benefits?

Posted on: 22 November 2021

No one hopes for their union to fail when they get into marriages. Unfortunately, that's not always the case, and for many reasons, relationships and marriages sometimes come to an end. When this happens, one of the most crucial aspects is usually the division of properties and finances. While not always, conflicts may sometimes arise regarding how finances and properties are handled in the event of a divorce or separation. And to avoid such, many people often decide to go for prenups or prenuptial agreements when they get into marriages. [Read More]

Follow These 3 Guidelines When Creating a Prenuptial Agreement

Posted on: 25 August 2020

Love is amazing, and meeting the person you hope to spend the rest of your life with is a blessing. But sometimes, being in love can cloud your judgment and make you forget certain possibilities the future may hold. When you are in a relationship with plans to get married, look at your future in the most realistic way possible. In case you split up, you can protect your finances or assets by creating a solid prenuptial agreement. [Read More]

How Could Estrangement Affect the Distribution of an Estate?

Posted on: 29 March 2019

With human nature being what it is, people sometimes argue and the results of that argument can fester and linger for months or even years. This is very unfortunate in the case of two family members, and it can often happen between a parent and their child with potential consequences ahead. If such a situation were to arise and continue through the unfortunate death of the elder, significant issues could arise when it comes to the distribution of the estate. [Read More]