Tag Archives: post-nuptial agreement

Who’s Responsible for Student Loans After a Divorce?

For many people, student loans are the biggest expense they’ll incur, short of buying a home. The average college-educated person has $30,000 in debt, and people who go to grad school often incur far more. Who’s responsible for these loans after you get divorced? Student loans before marriage If you or your spouse took out… Read More »

Prenuptial vs. Postnuptial Agreements

No one wants to enter marriage already contemplating divorce, but it can be a prudent move, especially if you’ve been married before. Prenuptial and postnuptial agreements both determine how assets will be divided in the event the marriage ends. What’s the difference between prenuptial and postnuptial agreements? Here’s a brief overview of what they are… Read More »

Using Post-nuptial Agreements to Make the Most of Marital Mediation

The needs and goals of spouses change over time and professional assistance is often a good way to identify problems and find a better way forward. A relatively recent innovation for providing such assistance is marital mediation. While it doesn’t necessarily attack root causes of problems the way that therapy would, mediation attempts to find… Read More »