The decision to write up a prenuptial agreement can be a key component to help build that trust, and better understand what matters most to your partner—and to yourself. To test that theory, Avvo asked readers who had created a prenup with their partner to tell us their stories. How did composing a prenuptial agreement and having the conversation about mutual finances benefit your relationship?
With the possibility of a wall being constructed on our Mexican border, and the Trump Administration’s executive order creating new immigration restrictions, access to immigration-related information can be crucial right now.
“With Trump’s most recent executive order(s) the only thing certain about immigration is that it is now very much uncertain in terms of how laws will be enforced,” said one lawyer, “and how TSA, Customs & Border Patrol and Dept of Homeland Security and ICE will act under their newly expanded authority.”
Statistics show that only 8% of people who make resolutions actually follow through on them. Some would-be resolvers have even been known, in the aftermath of failure, to deny the resolutions existed in the first place. “Resolutions? What resolutions? You’ve got no proof!” Well now there’s a way to keep yourself—or a friend—honest: Avvo has created a New Year’s Resolution Contract form to help you keep your commitments.
Some have speculated that the sudden influx of clowns is an elaborate, pre-autumn/Halloween prank, or perhaps even a bit of guerrilla marketing; the upcoming 2017 movie release of Stephen King’s “It,” directed by Rob Zombie, features an evil clown known as Pennywise. Whatever the case, local authorities are not amused.
Pokemon Go has taken the gaming world—and the real world—by storm, unleashing hordes of players wandering about the landscape, viewing their surroundings through cell phones while attempting to track down a Flareon or a Drowzee. The sheer number of participants, however, and the determination to locate their imaginary quarry is increasingly leading to some not-so-imaginary problems, from jaywalking to trespassing and beyond.
It doesn’t take much to fall for rip-offs like these, and consumers as well as businesses need to be on full alert.
Over the millennia, human beings have chosen to raise their children as they see fit, and according to a massive variety of societal norms and customs. But a relative newcomer has entered the scene of late: the neighborhood scold.
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, a man who wielded massive influence on conservative thought and practice over three decades spent on the highest court in the land, died Saturday at the age of 79, leaving a gaping hole in the center of the government’s judicial branch, and American politics in general.
The “affluenza” case just keeps getting more horrible. But happily, some justice may finally be at hand.