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What are commingled assets?

Commingled assets are assets that you and your spouse likely have to split up when you get divorced. They're no longer owned by just one of you, but by both, and therefore have to be divided accordingly.

Divorces peak following winter and summer family vacations

Is there really such a thing as divorce season? Many people tout this term, but is it really true? In some instances, it is true. There seems to be a pattern in divorces and it tends to follow two major seasons; winter and summer. Many families go on vacations during the winter and summer seasons. This is when divorces tend to skyrocket, following the family vacation.

What can I include in a prenuptial agreement?

Marriage is an exciting time in life that should be enjoyed to the fullest. You want to savor the moment, especially those leading up to the big day when planning. One of the most common plans that gets overlooked is the creation of the prenuptial agreement. So, what can I include in the prenup?

How do I know it's time for divorce?

Divorce is a major life event that many people will endure during their lifetime. Some will endure it more than once. There are couples that know they are headed for divorce. Then, there are others where it sneaks up on them. So, how do I know it's time for divorce in Rhode Island?

What are the child custody laws in Rhode Island?

Child custody issues can arise no matter where you live, which is why you need to know and understand the laws of your state. Divorce is never an easy topic to broach in life, but it becomes even more difficult when there are children involved. Child custody issues can also arise when the child's parents don't get married in the first place. So, what are the child custody laws in Rhode Island?

Planning a wedding? Plan to protect your future as well.

Getting married is a wonderful and fulfilling step in life, and during this exciting time, few couples wish to consider what will happen if the marriage ends. Prenuptial agreements are a common and relatively simple way for a couple to protect their interests in the case of a divorce, yet many Rhode Island couples forgo this step because they think it is planning for the marriage to fail.

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