Co-Parenting During the Divorce Process

When parties with minor children go through the divorce process, the subject of co-parenting oftentimes comes up. Co-parenting basically means that both parents care for – and share responsibility for – their minor child or minor children while their divorce case is pending in the court system. The family law attorneys at Rick Banks Law […]

Social Media and Divorce

Social media and divorce oftentimes go hand-in-hand. Social media platforms allow distant friends and family members to keep in touch with each other about major life events, milestones, and other accomplishments. Although social media sites, like Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, and Twitter, have privacy settings, people can still use these platforms to gain insight about someone’s hobbies, spending habits, and schedules. […]

Prenuptial Agreement Negotiations

A prenuptial agreement establishes how a couple’s property will be distributed in the event that their marriage terminates. The process of negotiating a prenuptial agreement can be stressful, but it is important to keep the end goal in mind: coming to an agreement that is mutually beneficial for both parties. The agreement that you craft […]

Timing of the Prenup

A prenuptial agreement, known informally as a “prenup”, is a contract which lays out how a couple’s property will be distributed in the event of a marriage breakup. Conversations about prenuptial agreements can sometimes go awry if the subject is not broached delicately. It is important to recognize that every couple is different and that discussions […]