Your Love Deal: Solutions that Work
The month of June unmistakably reigns as the most popular month for weddings. Wedding planners are at their busiest, helping harried brides, grooms and their families prepare for the big day. Sure, the event planning part of the wedding is important, but it can be easy for the excited couple to overlook the importance of […]
Celebrities and power couples increasingly want digital privacy clauses and protection in their prenups and postnups, but perhaps everyone ought to think more about them. What exactly is a digital privacy clause? It is an agreement that one spouse cannot use or reveal in divorce court the other’s personal information that has been transmitted digitally […]
July 2016 Britain’s exit from the European Union could have an impact on your finances both as a couple and individually. Gemma Allen explains how in her blog post on Chicago Woman.
For couples about to get married, or those who are moving in together, having an agreement about how you’ll handle finances is critical. Your new love deal is absolutely about financial planning, and being honest and forthright about spending. When one person hides a bad-credit history or a buy-and-hide spending habit, the risk of relationship […]
This month, as Illinois became the 19th state to allow same-gender couples to marry, couples happily lined up to take their vows. The reason they – and any couple – tie the knot is about love and commitment. What often goes unmentioned are the significant legal rights and benefits – 1,400 of them in fact […]