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Financial issues to consider in New York before divorce

Often, when emotions are running high and one spouse is considering separation, it's tempting for that spouse to simply get up and walk out the door. However, before leaving, an individual considering divorce usually benefits from first securing his or her financial situation. An experienced New York family law attorney would be able to offer detailed guidance and insight throughout the divorce proceedings, but there are a few general economic guidelines worth considering.

New York millenials seeking prenuptial agreements on the rise

For millennial couples in New York and all over the country, there's a new marriage trend. Prenuptial agreements are on the rise nationwide, but for this generation, it's not just about the cash. Whereas in the past, prenups generally covered the protection of inherited money or focused on alimony, attorneys have seen a marked increase in millennial couples wanting to protect their ideas.

Couple decides on divorce, but not ownership of Cubs tickets

Although some couples remain amicable when they decide to end their marriages, the whole experience remains an unpleasant experience for many. Most New York residents would probably prefer to get it over and done with so that they may move forward and build a new future. However, sometimes there are elements of the divorce that end up dragging out the arduous process.

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