Human relationships are ever changeable and unpredictable. Marriage is always something of a gamble. At 20, or 30 or any age, you are taking a chance that your relationship will last "til death do you part." But life changes everything, and as your age and mature, choices that seemed wise and everlasting at 25 may not look so good at 35.
It's understandable how a couple might get cold feet about the prospect of executing a prenuptial agreement, perhaps viewing this step as being unromantic, unnecessary or perhaps even unusual.
Last week, our blog took a closer look at what the law in Minnesota has to say regarding annulments, which not only result in the legal dissolution of a marriage, but also treat it as having never happened.
One of the primary objectives of our blog has always been to provide readers with a comprehensive and comprehensible look at what the law in Minnesota has to say concerning divorce and other family law matters.
When children receive the difficult news that their parents are planning to divorce, they can experience a whirlwind of emotions, some of which might be entirely foreign to them. Indeed, it's common for children in these situations to experience everything from anger and guilt to shame and anxiety.
The notion of starting your own business can prove to be as unnerving as it is exciting. That's because you will likely end up having to invest your hard-earned resources and perhaps even take out a loan to help get your fledgling enterprise off the ground.
Last week, we discussed how the recent decision of a House Committee in Idaho not only threatened the fate of a long awaited and carefully structured international treaty on child support, but also the state's child welfare system.