Marriages are very important to people and their social circles in every society. Weddings in the spring and summer are a big part of life in Wisconsin. Although divorces are not as celebrated, they are also common and require just as much attention, if not more, to get it right for all the concerned parties.
The spouses are not the only people affected by divorce. The event can cause several problems between friends and within communities, but no one suffers more than children. Although kids have an amazing capacity to adapt to new situations, the uncertainty of divorce coupled with home life changes can be the source of lifelong trauma.
Prenuptial agreements help parents and children keep these changes regulated and predictable. A pop star is divorcing his spouse after 15 years of marriage and five years of separation. His prenuptial agreement is helping to smooth the way for their separate futures.
The couple said they have agreed to abide by their prenup from 2004, which has specific amounts of spousal support, often known as alimony. Child maintenance, usually called child support payments, for the couple's two children was ordered by the court. The amounts are roughly 40% of the singer's adjusted gross monthly income.
Spouses looking to clarify the divorce process may seek the help of an attorney to protect their interests and keep the process as civil as possible. Engaged couples looking to create a prenuptial agreement may also require help from a lawyer. Legal representation may increase the chances of a motion's success but also guarantees that everyone has the legal support they need.