Kramer, Elkins & Watt

Category: Family Law

Legal Consequences of “Living in Sin”

It used to be said that a man and woman who lived together, were intimately involved, but who were not married were “living in sin.” We would hate to think what such judgmental people said about same-sex partners.  However, such an idiom is outdated now.  Today the number of cohabitating unmarried partners is on the […]

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A Divorce Could Cost your Business

  Do you own a business or are you thinking about starting your own business?  Are you married or engaged to be married?  If the answers to both of these questions are “yes” then you may want to consider, or you may need, a Marital Property Agreement – more commonly referred to as a pre-nuptial […]

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Getting along post-divorce

We’ve probably all heard the statistic by now – more than half of all first marriages in the United States end in divorce, and the rate failure rate for subsequent marriages is even higher.  However, for the last several years, divorce rates in the US have been steadily declining. At the same time, the rate […]

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