After six years of marriage, there are allegations that Nick Cannon and Mariah Carey have decided to get divorced. Alabama fans may have learned about rumors that the two have been living apart for the last few months. Mariah is reportedly upset with Nick Cannon because he did not issue a joint statement about the possible divorce since one was being prepared. Just weeks after they started dating, the pair got married in the Bahamas back in 2008; and three years later, Mariah gave birth to twins. Mariah is rumored to be unhappy with Nick’s decision to announce the divorce ahead of their joint statement. According to reports, things could be getting ugly between the two, with Mariah possibly enacting a gag order against Nick. However, there is one thing that the couple still has in common and this is the focus on their children. Mariah is reportedly focused on … Continue reading Nick Cannon and Mariah Carey headed for a divorce case?
Most people believe that prenups are only a preparation for a divorce in the future. However, entering into a prenuptial agreement is not only for safeguarding assets and property, it’s also about proper communication and planning ahead of time. This can help prevent or at least decrease the chances of Alabama couples having bitter arguments in the future. Prenuptial agreements typically address certain issues pertaining to assets that were held before the marriage and assets that were gained throughout the marriage between both spouses. Also, prenups outline financial obligations, including credit cards and college debt. It’s usually beneficial to couples if they isolate these debts and have discussions about who will be responsible for paying them. In addition to finances, prenups can also address issues as to how children are to be raised and their religious practices during holidays. While child-related matters may be limited in the courtroom, the judge … Continue reading Prenuptial agreement covers more than just assets →
Choosing to get a divorce may be one of the hardest decisions a person has to make in Alabama. However, the decision to divorce may be just as hard for the soon-to-be-ex, particularly when the two can’t agree on major matters such as property division or child custody. This can sometimes motivate the scorned lover to attempt to ruin the other person’s reputation, which may be easy to accomplish if the other individual hasn’t taken steps to protect himself or herself. According to a new study, only a little more than 30 percent of people asked their exes to immediately delete the other party’s personal information after splitting up. This personal content may include intimate photos and passwords, for example. In addition, one-fifth of respondents said they were apt to log in to a spouse’s account on Facebook once per month or more. Furthermore, 30 percent of those who participated … Continue reading Property division and other divorce matters can cause conflict →