A weekly roundup of silly, interesting or shocking things from around the web related to families and family law.
- I really mean it when I tell my clients they cannot get a do over on a signed settlement agreement. And this guy wanted a doozie of a do-over. Can't say I blame him. (Wall Street Journal)
- Do you wait to send a friend or family member a wedding gift until the month before their first anniversary because you don’t believe the marriage will last that long? Now a website allows you to get a refund on your gift if that marriage doesn’t last. Pay 8% of the cost of the gift (must be under $500) to WeddingGiftRefund.com along with a receipt within a week of the wedding and if the not-so-happy couple divorces in three years, you’ll get a refund. (New York Times)
- Going through a divorce is tough. Sometimes you need a little help afterwards. (Business Week)
- Friendships matter even more after divorce. How do you make them flourish? (Huffington Post)
- If you own your own business, think about becoming Batman. Er…uh…What? Oh, you should get a pre-nup. (Reuters via FindLaw)