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My own beloved grandfather, now deceased, Ioan D. Popescu, born on March 3, 1900, had also been incarcerated under Gheorgiu Dej’s regime for “undermining the socialist establishment”. His “crime”, that of having expressed to a work colleague that the Soviet aspirations to conquer space would be dampened by American superiority in technology, in 1958 earned him a ten year jail sentence as a political prisoner, of which he had served seven. Needless to say, Mr. Ionescu-Quintus’ work resonates loud and clear in our neck of the woods.
“If the marriage will ultimately fail, a prenup will greatly facilitate and expedite future divorce proceedings, saving both parties significant amounts of money and stress.”
Under the laws of most states, including New York and New Jersey, adultery or other marital fault committed by one spouse generally will not affect the division of marital property in favor of the other spouse.
Are verbal agreements legally enforceable? Robert Popescu writes for Lawyer.com to shed some light on the issue: With certain exceptions, most States recognize the enforceability of verbal agreements between two individuals. Of course, as is the case with most rules...