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New Law in Virginia is Stopping Kids Under 16 From Getting Married

While many people did not even know that children under the age of 16 could get married throughout many of the states in the country, now there is a ban that is being put on the children from being able to get married if they’re not at least 16 and with the permission of their […]

Federal Judge is Out to Change the Same-Sex Marriage Minds of Others

When it comes to the many states that are still against same-sex marriage, there is a Federal Judge that is out to change their minds and the rulings that they currently have in place against it. There is no reason for other states to not adopt this new change and change the way they think, […]

Divorce and Family Law

Have you ever witnessed a friend or family member go through the divorce process?  I bet you heard them say they were going to be civil going through the divorce.  And as the situation went through the courts, the civility went by the wayside.  Divorces are not typically civil.  They deal with the most emotional […]

Prenuptial Agreements

2015 has been a year that has seen its fair share of celebrity splits.  Some of them expected and others, shocking.  We’ve seen Blake and Miranda divorce, Reba and Narvel, Jenn and Ben and so many others.  And on the opposite side, we’ve seen some celebrity marriages as well.  Jennifer Anniston tied the knot.  Ashton […]

Everything You Need to Know about Prenuptial Agreements

While not legally necessary to have in place before marriage, once in place it is legally binding.  Also known as a prenup, this legal document is a safeguard in the event your marriage falls into the half of all marriages that end in divorce.  Compared to what you would spend on your marriage, prenups are […]

Requirements for a marriage license

Are you thinking about getting married?   Do you wonder how complicated it is to obtain the proper paperwork to get a marriage license?  In the movies and on TV, couples are seen hopping in a car and racing off to elope.  How realistic is that?  Can you get legally married at the drop of a […]

Common Law Marriages

Through the years, many people have claimed they had been in a “common law” marriage.  This claim normally occurs during a break-up or a death of the other partner.  The person claiming this “common law” marriage status is usually looking for compensation or an equitable division of property.  Just what is a “common law” marriage […]

Changes in Marital Law in Florida

It is not uncommon for states to change laws as circumstances merit.  As society sees a need for change, it’s up to each state to determine its stance on the law that governs that area.  Marital law is no different.  Over the years Florida has changed its legal view on several laws.  Here is a […]

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