Cohabitation Agreements also known as Prenuptial Agreements are needed whenever a couple does not want their affairs governed by the law but rather by their own wishes.  Because the needs and wishes of each couple are different, these agreements are more unique than other spousal agreements; like the couple’s fingerprint. Whether a Cohabitation / Prenuptial…

A common question with a “maybe” answer, leaving both payor and recipient wonder how long the support obligation will continue without their having to spend a small fortune on legal fees to find out.  Unfortunately, the same fact scenario can have three different answers from three different lawyers because no two fact scenarios are exactly…

Sole custody vs. Joint custody – what is the difference? Custody has to do with who participates in making major legal decisions for children. Care and control, on the other hand, has to do with who the children are with and when. A parent with custody makes decisions for the children regarding such things as…