postnuptial


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relating to events after a marriage

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Stated differently, there is a fear that a person may threaten to divorce his spouse unless she agrees to sign a postnuptial agreement and the spouse--determined to preserve her marriage, or at least the benefits flowing from that marriage--may be willing to agree to almost anything, including an agreement that is contrary to her best interests.
1985) (holding that a postnuptial agreement between a husband and wife was valid and precluded the wife from taking a portion of her husband's estate because the nature and extent of the husband's property was fairly disclosed to the wife).
This article describes important provisions of prenuptial agreements, as well as postnuptial agreements and other marriage-related financial planning considerations.
Other physiological effects associated with photo- refractoriness are a peak in plasma prolactin and postnuptial molt [32, 33].
After the wedding, Clooney and Alamuddin plan to hold postnuptial parties in Lebanon and London, the friend told the Daily Mail.
If it's too late for a prenup, a second option is a postnuptial agreement.
Unlike the plates for Adanson, which contain only her birth name, her postnuptial etchings are signed with both Reboul and the surname of her husband.
153) Legal merger of husband and wife no longer occurs as it did at common law; however, Massachusetts does recognize the unique aspect of marriage with regard to antenuptial and postnuptial agreements.
Furthermore, in redeploying these earlier elements, SDR marks a significant turn from earlier waves of this new filmic movement, shifting the focus from the postnuptial couple to the post--coital affairs of prenuptial couples.
Deford confesses that "two postnuptial agreements" have kept the marriage intact: he never shows Carol anything he writes, for if she says she dislikes it, he hates her, "and there go 46 years down the drain"; she does not have to attend an event at which he speaks, with the codicil that, when he speaks on a luxury cruise ship, she must be present because "she dresses up the crowd.
Disturbance started between the 10th and 15th of January, when postnuptial migration ceased (Ferrand & Gossmann 2001).
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Interestingly, Lewis wrote an epithalamium (a postnuptial song), "The Small Man Order His Wedding" (Poems.
They provide guidance to attorneys who are faced with these issues and describe all of the arguments that find minimum support in the available case law and their strengths and weaknesses, to help them make and evaluate arguments on the validity and construction of separation, antenuptial, and postnuptial agreements.
25) The postnuptial details need not concern us here, but the point about noble prowess is served through Raja Iskandar's military victory, his conversion of his captive, and the addition of beauty and intelligence to his realm through marriage.