Prenuptial Agreements: Protection for You Both Before Saying “I Do”

Sarah J. Barbarash

By Sarah J. Barbarash

While it may not be the most romantic course of action, a prenuptial agreement is an important topic of discussion when planning your marriage.  Despite belief to the contrary, entering into a prenuptial agreement in no way increases the likelihood of divorce.  In fact, a common source of arguments between couples is finances.  Talking candidly about your assets, liabilities, finances, and plans for the future can minimize disagreements and/or surprises down the road.

A prenuptial agreement also does not mean you are planning on a divorce.  Rather, it is a practical tool for you and your future spouse to formalize in writing what you want to happen if unforeseen situations occur.  A prenuptial agreement can also save you money and reduce conflict in the event of separation, divorce or death. Continue reading »

Searching for a Family Law Attorney?

Sophya Qureshi Raza

By Sophya Qureshi Raza

Here are some good tips to keep in mind when searching for a Family Law Attorney from the Huffington Post.

Posted by Attorney Sophya Qureshi Raza. Raza practices family law where she effectively guides clients through dissolution of marriage, modifications of prior judgments, and resolving child custody and paternity disputes. She also helps families with legal guardianships and conservatorships for the elderly and disabled.