People in Maryland may have seen a recent news articles about the correlation between the cost of a wedding and the likelihood of divorce. Everyone knows how expensive it can be to prepare for hundreds of friends and family and make everything just perfect for the big day, but most people may not realize that how much they spend could be an indicator of future marital longevity.
People in Maryland may have noticed that more and more couples are entering into prenuptial agreements prior to tying the knot. While in previous generations such a contract might have been considered unseemly or unusual, couples today know have learned their lesson from the messy, litigation-heavy divorces of their parent’s generation and have embraced the prenuptial agreement, or “prenup,” as an essential step in the marriage process.
Maryland residents may have seen a recent news article about the newest legal remedy to address the problem of social media embarrassment. This issue is apparently becoming large enough that many attorneys across the nation are seeing requests to draw up prenuptial agreements that limit or specify exactly what information, pictures and other media a spouse may post to social media.
People in Maryland may have heard about an interesting study that followed residents in another state to determine how certain social factors impacted the state of their marriages. Fascinatingly, simply knowing somebody who got a divorce increased the chances that a person would get a divorce themselves.
Many Maryland residents have heard of prenuptial agreements, which are contracts between the two parties in a couple before they are married. A valid prenuptial agreement can cover a lot of issues in advance, protecting the assets of each spouse and saving a lot of time should they later divorce.
People in Maryland may have seen a recent article about the state of the institution of marriage in modern society. With a discouragingly high divorce rate, the odds of a new marriage ending in divorce is fairly likely, and some state laws may leave people vulnerable and grappling for a workable solution, when they seek to end their marriage.
Sports fans in Maryland remember Michael Jordan for all his success on the court as one of the greatest NBA players in history. Even though his first marriage may not have been quite as triumphant as his basketball career, MJ is giving marriage another shot with his new wife, a 33-year-old model, that he has dated since 2009.
People in Maryland may remember Kordell Stewart, most notably as quarterback for the Pittsburgh Steelers. The NFL player — once given the nickname “Slash” for his ability to play multiple positions — may now be famous for his no-nonsense approach to filing for divorce from his wife, Porsha.