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Prenuptial Agreements Becoming More Common

Prenuptial Agreements Becoming More Common According to a survey completed by the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, 73% of its members reported seeing an increase in demand for prenuptial agreements over the preceding five years, with middle-class couples leading the way. Once considered contrary to the public interest because they facilitated divorce, prenuptial agreements have Read More

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Fighting Other People’s Fights (With People We Do Not Choose)

I once described practicing family law as “two people who did not choose to be in a relationship with each other fighting the fights of two people who did choose to be in a relationship with each other.”  And too often I spend time in my day doing just that – passionately and effusively arguing Read More

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Wedding Expenses and Marriage Duration

One of my favorite parts of my work at Kuder, Smollar, Friedman, & Mihalik, PC, is working with soon-to-be-wed clients on their Premarital Agreements.  Planning a wedding, a marriage, and a life together is stressful and scary and hopeful and beautiful and exciting.  I am overjoyed to be part of that process for many people.  Read More

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Millennials Say “No” to Marriage

An article that was posted Sunday from CNNMoney reads, “When it comes to marriage, Millennials[1] are saying ‘I don’t.’” The entire article, sans graphics, can be summarized in the first paragraph:          Today’s young adults are on track have the lowest rates of marriage by age 40 compared to any previous generation. If the current Read More

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Constitutional Right to Marry – Cross v. Baltimore City Police Department

Although monumental for same-sex couples, the recent Supreme Court decision in United States v. Windsor (available here) was narrower than might first appear.  The Court addressed only prohibitions on discrimination by the federal government; it left for another day the question of whether states can constitutionally prohibit same-sex marriage – that is, whether same-sex couples Read More

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