Written by it's over easy Staff Writer, Aren Dumars
While it might seem odd to have an article about prenuptial agreements (PNA’s) on a website where we focus on divorce mediation, but the fact is that nothing could be more appropriate. The principles behind what a prenuptial agreement is are the same that I counsel our clients to adhere to in their dissolution process. They are also the very principles which could save your marriage; clear and considerate communication. So many couples rush to the alter without even knowing that they are entering into a legal contract...
Shania Twain is best known as one of the queens of country and has won multiple Grammy awards, but it was her 2008 split from songwriter and producer Mutt Lange that was one of the most publicized moments in her career. With the release of "Now," her first album in 15 years, Twain is back in the public eye and what she has to say about the end of her marriage can serve as a reminder for anyone going through the process right now.
Whether it’s been a few months or a few years since you and your spouse made the choice for dissolution of marriage, maintaining a healthy relationship with your children post-divorce is probably on your mind. While it can be tough to stay active and involved if you're not seeing your children every day (or if you're suddenly spinning way more plates in the role of single parent), it is possible to create and cultivate meaningful, positive relationships after a dissolution of marriage, and these five tips can get you started.