Prenuptial Agreement Isn't a Prediction of Future Divorce

A Prenuptial Agreement Isn’t a Prediction of Future Divorce

A prenuptial agreement isn’t a prediction of future divorce. In fact, the process of developing and implementing a prenuptial agreement can help to establish a stronger relationship between the parties and increase the likelihood of success for the coming marriage. Over the years prenuptial agreements have gotten a really bad reputation, carrying a stigma based on the common myth “it …

Assets of a Business or Professional Practice Must be Considered

All Assets of a Business or Professional Practice Must be Considered During a Divorce Valuation

All assets of a business or professional practice must be considered during a divorce valuation in Louisville. This is especially true when establishing the value of a small business. According to a recent analysis by the US Treasury Department, the vast majority of American businesses are small companies, often without any employees or owners other than the spouses themselves. There …

Temporary Orders in a Louisville Divorce

What are Temporary Orders in a Louisville Divorce?

What are temporary orders in a Louisville divorce? Once a divorce case has been filed and the “respondent” is served copies of the paperwork there is often an initial hearing to establish temporary or interim child custody and parenting time and maintenance payments. These findings may also extend to marital property and child support as well. The temporary orders initially issued …