While a divorce is ongoing, both parties have equal right to continue to reside in the marital home together. This is usually a situation that neither party wants because of the interpersonal tensions associated with the divorce.
A “prove-up” is a term used to refer to the final hearing regarding a divorce proceeding. In order to have a “prove-up hearing,” both parties must agree upon the terms of the divorce, including the division of assets and allocation of parenting time. If the parties do not agree on a settlement, the case will proceed to trial for final judgement, and a prove-up hearing will not be necessary.
In this article, we explain how to update your estate plan when you remarry. We answer the questions “what is an estate plan?”, “who needs an estate plan?”, and “what changes should I make to my estate plan when I remarry?”.
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