When Confidential Information is Worth Protecting in a Divorce

In most divorces, non-disclosure agreements simply prevent embarrassing details from getting out to the public. For example, cheating spouses might want to keep their marital misconduct under wraps – especially when both parties are guilty of infidelity. But when you start dealing with extremely high-net-worth marital estates wrapped up in major corporations, this information could…


Act Quickly to Annul Your Marriage if You Still Have Cold Feet at Your Wedding Brunch

When a court annuls a marriage, it declares the marriage contract invalid, as if, from a legal standpoint, the marriage never existed. Therefore, the division of property laws that apply in divorce cases (community property or equitable distribution, depending on your state), do not apply to annulments. Parenting plans and child support still apply, as…