You love your children, and you want to be able to spend every day with them. With your current custody arrangements, you know that won't ever be a possibility.
After you get married, you might sit down and think that you should have created a prenuptial agreement. Your spouse has debt, you have debt and you want to protect the assets you collect over time.
Many people who have children during their marriages face a difficult problem in divorce: They both work. While this might work in a marriage, having two parents working full-time jobs won't be as easy.
You may not have expected marriage to always be easy, but you probably didn't expect it to be this rough all the time either.
There's a growing trend in prenuptial agreements that may surprise a lot of people: social media clauses.
Out of all the reasons for divorce, financial difficulty and disagreements about money are the most common. As a fundamental necessity of life, money is a common concern for spouses. If there's a lack of financial security, or serious disagreements about how to save and spend money, it could be enough to bring any marriage to an end – no matter how much love the couple has for one another.
Ah, those carefree summer days of childhood.