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Do I Need A Prenup?

By Eric Maier |

A prenuptial agreement is an agreement executed by two people who intend to marry, which sets forth the rights and obligations of the parties in the event of divorce, and, to a lesser extent, death.  The provisions of a prenuptial agreement generally fall into two categories: (1) provisions setting forth rights and obligations that… Read More »

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Three Things Every Family Law Litigant Should Know About Appeals

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Your Will and Estate Planning Documents – When Bigger is not Better

By Eric Maier |

I have seen hundreds, if not thousands, of estate plans.  I have drafted them, reviewed them for others, and fought to either enforce or break them.  What I have learned from all of this reading is that the longer a document—whether  a contract , a will or a trust—the more likely I will find… Read More »

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