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October 16, 2015

Marriage is not only a public statement of a couple's emotional commitment, but a powerful legal and economic relationship. At CT Mediation Center, we believe prenuptial agreements are a tool for money management and financial planning—not a blueprint for divorce. This is Part 4 in a series on prenuptial agreements.

October 1, 2015

Marriage is not only a public statement of a couple's emotional commitment, but a powerful legal and economic relationship. At CT Mediation Center, we believe prenuptial agreements are a tool for money management and financial planning—not a blueprint for divorce. This is Part 3 in a series on Prenuptial Agreements. 


Who benefits from a prenuptial agreement?


You both do. 

September 15, 2015

Marriage is not only a public statement of a couple's emotional commitment, but a powerful legal and economic relationship. At CT Mediation Center, we believe prenuptial agreements are a tool for money management and financial planning—not a blueprint for divorce. This is Part 2 in a series on Prenuptial Agreements.


 

September 1, 2015

Marriage is not only a public statement of a couple's emotional commitment, but a powerful legal and economic relationship. At CT Mediation Center, we believe prenuptial agreements are a tool for money management and financial planning—not a blueprint for divorce. This is Part 1 in a series on Prenuptial Agreements.

June 30, 2015

The vast majority of people going through a divorce firmly believe they want to keep interactions with the legal system to a minimum. However, there are times when divorcing couples approach the divorce in a way that increases instead of reduces their involvement with the courts.

June 15, 2015

This is the sixth post in a multi-part series on practical steps parents can take to reduce the negative impact of separation and divorce on children. These blog posts are based on the book “Kids First: What Kids Want Grown-Ups to Know about Separation and Divorce” written by the staff of the  Kids First Center in Portland, Maine.

June 1, 2015

This is the fifth post in a multi-part series on practical steps parents can take to reduce the negative impact of separation and divorce on children. These blog posts are based on the book “Kids First: What Kids Want Grown-Ups to Know about Separation and Divorce” written by the staff of the Kids First Center in Portland, Maine.

April 15, 2015

Separation and divorce is a topsy-turvy time for all involved―especially the children. Everybody is dealing with new situations, scary feeling, and lots of change. It can be hard to know how to act and what to do. This is the second in a 2 part series of simple advice for parents going through a divorce. You can read the first post here.

March 30, 2015

Separation and divorce is a topsy-turvy time for all involved―especially the children. Everybody is dealing with new situations, scary feeling, and lots of change. It can be hard to know how to act and what to do. This is the first in a 2 part series of simple advice for parents going through a divorce.

March 16, 2015

This is our 4th post from the book “Kids First:What Kids Want Grown-Ups to Know about Separation and Divorce”.  The book is a collection of the knowledge gained by the staff and volunteers at the Kids First Center over the 25 years they have been working with families going through separation and divorce.

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