We noted in a post from last week that some of our readers across Connecticut and elsewhere likely “wince” when the family law topic of prenuptial agreements is breached. That is understandable, given that the subject matter of such contracts relates to topics that arise in the context of divorce.
Perhaps you have been looking at franchise opportunities in the wine, beer and spirits industry, and you have been thinking primarily about package stores. What are the rights and obligations of a franchisee, and how do you know what you will be getting?
We note on our website at the proven Connecticut law firm of Berdon, Young & Margolis that our attorneys take "a rational approach to family law."
There are of course myriad factors that can materially contribute to tensions and challenges in the family law universe.
Jeff Landers regularly contributes family law articles to Forbes that tilt toward the perspective of divorcing women. His pieces frequently spotlight dissolution-linked issues relevant to financial matters in high-asset decouplings.
It’s not rocket science, implies a noted business economist/commentator in a recent take on national economic trends and demonstrated growth.