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Prenup plague in appellate courts

Antenuptial agreements are all the rage this year in Minnesota’s appellate courts.

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Child Advocacy: The opioid epidemic and grandparents

More than 2.5 million children are being raised by grandparents due to opioid use of the parents.

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Aretha Franklin acknowledges applause while receiving a lifetime achievement award during the NAACP 54th Annual Fight for Freedom Fund Dinner in Detroit in 2009. Franklin died in August without a will, the latest example of a celebrity who leaves behind a legacy with the potential for long, drawn-out legal battles over rights to a multimillion dollar fortune. (Gary Malerba/Bloomberg News)

Is Aretha the latest to be inviting a family wealth dispute?

Aretha Franklin’s death gives us just the latest example of a celebrity who leaves behind a legacy with the potential for long, drawn-out legal battles over rights to a multimillion dollar fortune.

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First things first: The ‘no-nup’ prenup

At a time when the divorce business is booming but the remedies for the unmarried brokenhearted are virtually non-existent, savvy couples should be seeking to safeguard their respective best interests.

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