During the course of a Nevada divorce, there are a great many seemingly minor details that require attention. Insurance issues are one such divorce topic, and are often overlooked by spouses who are eager to put an end to the process and move on with their newly single lives. However, failing to adequately handle insurance matters at the end of a marriage can have long-term ramifications that can bring serious financial harm.
When a Nevada couple wishes to end their marriage, there are a number of options available as to how to achieve that end. In some cases, spouses are able to work together in a collaborative manner to iron out the details of their divorce. Other couples use the services of a mediator to help them reach an agreement that is amenable to both parties. However, when these efforts are not productive or possible, many turn to litigation as the method to end their marriage.
Although it may sound relatively trivial, pet custody is a frequent topic in many divorce agreements. The most recent Census told us that over 70 percent of households in the United States have pets. With a steady divorce rate hovering around half of all marriages and many more breakups of unmarried couples who share a pet, pet custody is becoming a very real issue in many cases.
prenuptial agreements can be the source of serious controversy for couples who are planning to get married. Some see the agreements as a necessary first step in a life of prudent financial planning, while others view prenups as an anti-romantic plan for divorce.
As we've discussed in the past on this blog, family finances play a big role in the state of a marriage, whether we like it or not. Couples vow to love each other and stay together for richer or poorer, but the reality is that during the poorer parts the financial struggle can take a toll on the relationship.
Many people think that the complex question of who should pay alimony has a simple answer - the spouse who earns more. A lot of Las Vegas readers also have the misconception that alimony is something that husbands pay to ex-wives, since traditional parenting roles and the wage gap have kept women earning less than their male counterparts. And, before women made up a large proportion of the workforce, alimony was often considered compensation for the job of raising children and managing the household.
Information about the complex asset division that took place during the divorce of NASCAR chairman Brian France has recently become public. The documents from the 2007 divorce were unsealed by the court only recently, exposing previously private information to public scrutiny. NASCAR is a privately held company that Mr. France began leading after his father passed away in 2003.