When marriage planning, any couple may decide to enter into a Prenuptial Agreement to create a healthy and positive future for their marriage. For couples not planning to marry, a Cohabitation Agreement can help you manage the day-to-day family obligations, and help set boundaries for your financial and other well-being.
A marriage often means a combined family, and many couples may want to consider Step-Parent Adoption. In addition to adoption, custody schedules for a child in a newly combined family may need to be changed.
In planning for the future, all individuals should consider estate planning, including ensuring that you have a Power of Attorney for your financial and healthcare needs.
The most common LGBTQ+ matters that the Court addresses on a daily basis are Petitions addressing Name Changes.