When most couples in New Hampshire make the decision to marry, they likely do so with the expectation that they will be together until one of them passes away. Realistically, however, many marriages end in divorce. For some, the decision to end a marriage is a difficult one to make, but the decision is often in the best of those involved. A high asset divorce can be especially contentious as couples disagree on how assets should be divided.
Sometimes in life, individuals make difficult decisions in the best interests of everyone involved in the situation. You and your spouse may have mutually decided to end your marriage due to the relationship no longer creating a happy and satisfying environment for either of you or for any children you may have. When the decision to divorce comes about amicably, you and your soon-to-be ex could potentially explore marriage dissolution avenues that do not involve litigation.
When two people in New Hampshire decide to seek a divorce, some are unable to come together to make decisions regarding their split. This often encompasses decisions regarding child custody, prompting them to seek an intervention by the court. Such is the case for radio personality, Alex Jones.
When a couple in New Hampshire decide to end their marriage, there are multiple decisions that must be made. One of the decisions is in regard to whether alimony, or spousal support, will be paid and in what amount. There are several factors that are considered when a court makes such a determination as part of divorce proceedings.
When people marry, they do so with the expectation that they will spend the rest of their lives together. However, as time passes and people change, many couples come to realize that they are no longer compatible. Because of this possibility, some people in New Hampshire create a prenuptial agreement in order to avoid the possibility of a contentious high asset divorce. However, the wife of Zynga founder Mark Pincus is seeking to invalidate their prenuptial agreement as part of their divorce proceedings.