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Protect your legal health after getting married

The day that you say your vows, you might be happy that the journey toward getting married is finally over. You have your new spouse and a new life awaits. What you might not realize is that you have a lot of work to do, and this work doesn't have to do with making your marriage work. Instead, this has to do with ensuring that your legal health is taken care of.

Potential abuses of the domestic violence law in family law cases

Some people make accusations of domestic abuse in an attempt to gain an advantage in divorce and custody matters. Doing so diminishes the plight of those who actually suffer from domestic violence and puts you in a precarious position legally.

Prenuptial agreements can offer specific protections

Prenuptial agreements have a very important place in family law; however, this doesn't mean that everyone is going to have one in place when they get married. Many people opt not to work on a prenuptial agreement. Sometimes this is because they might not understand the purpose of one and other times it is because they feel they don't need one.

Delaying your divorce can make matters worse

After your spouse asked for a divorce, you may have reluctantly agreed. However, as the procedure began and the two of you started separating your lives, you probably discovered that the transition of divorce was going to be harder than you expected. Because of this, you have been dragging your feet.

Know what you might be able to get when you divorce

We recently discussed how far reaching the impact of a divorce can be. Your credit score is one factor that might be affected for some time after the ink dries on the divorce decree. It is imperative that you take the steps necessary to protect your fresh start when you opt to file for a divorce.

Your credit score can be impacted by your divorce

Filing for divorce is something that you know will bring dramatic changes to your life. You are going to have to learn to live on one income. You will be responsible for all of the bills. One thing that you might not realize might be impacted by the divorce is your credit.

If you need help, contact us as soon as possible.

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