Eva Longoria, the star from “Desperate Housewives” and NBA star, Tony Parker, both filed for divorce in November when both issued a statement saying they still loved the other. Their divorce has now been finalized by a Texas court. The couple filed for divorce after reports came about that she found evidence he was cheating with the wife of a fellow San Antonio Spurs player. Read More.
When they married, Longoria and Parker probably didn’t expect to end their marital relationship, and this action raises important issues as to who is entitled to which assets in the event of a divorce. Under New York Domestic Relations Law, a prenuptial agreement is a contract between two people who are going to get married which allocates how assets will be distributed in the event of divorce or death. You should consider having a prenup if you fall into any of the following categories: you have assets such as a home, stock or retirement funds, you own a business, you may be receiving an inheritance, you have children from a pervious marriage, or one of the potential spouses is much wealthier than the other. Read More.
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