Prenuptial Agreements

Determining Parentage in a Non-marriage Situation

By Evan Compton, Divorce and Family Law Attorney Ensuring you (and all of our clients) are confident in your custody and child support arrangement is one of the most important aspects of family law—and one of our biggest goals as a firm. For people who are raising a child with…

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Dividing Student Loans in Divorce

By Marvin Mendez, Divorce and Family Law Attorney While several of us have hoped for the nationwide cancellation of student loans, we realistically cannot count on any significant cancellation any time soon. And if you’re in the process of divorcing someone with significant student loan debt, it’s normal to be…

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Do I need a 604.10 evaluator on my divorce case?

By Martin Sliwinski, Divorce and Family Law Attorney When working with parents during divorce, our team at Stern Perkoski Mendez is always focused on finding the best outcome possible for any children involved. Often, this means working with a Guardian Ad Litem (GAL) or Child Representative (Child Rep), both of…

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Who Pays for College After Divorce?

By Marvin Mendez, Divorce and Family Law Attorney As high school seniors prepare to make their final college decision in the coming weeks, our office at Stern Perkoski Mendez has been receiving more calls about how to handle college education expenses. Many parents plan to contribute to their child’s tuition—and…

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Is My Prenup Valid?

By Marvin Mendez, Divorce and Family Law Attorney A few weeks ago, I shared that we’re seeing an increase in prenuptial and postnuptial agreements during the COVID-19 pandemic. Unfortunately, we’re also helping clients who have realized their existing prenup is invalid. Prenuptial agreements allow couples to create a contract that…

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