Politics and Postnups
September 1, 2017
Retired Judge Anne C. Dranginis, a member of Pullman & Comley's Family Law and ADR practices, authored "Politics and Postnups," published by Best Lawyers. The article talks about the impact of developments in immigration and health care law on married couples considering divorce, and options for addressing concerns.
"Depending on the timing and circumstances of the marriage, and that it is not a fraudulent marriage under immigration law, consider a postnuptial agreement to determine the obligations of each spouse to the other and maintain the marriage until the requirements of immigration law are met so that families will not be faced with the Hobson’s choice of where children might live if one parent is deported," she writes.
To read the full article on the Best Lawyers site, please click here.