A couple of months ago, we wrote a post about trade secrets and businesses. Trade secrets are vital pieces of information that can make or break a company's future. Along the same lines as a trade secret, patents can dramatically impact the future of a company. A patent legally protects a non-obvious and new invention from other individuals and companies who would copy your idea and use it for their own gain.
When the topic of child custody comes up, some people think of the matter as a "one size fits all" topic. However, there are numerous different types of child custody, and depending on the circumstances of the divorce, the custody arrangement may change.
Many people consider a prenuptial agreement before they walk down the aisle and get married to their one true love. Even though some people may think that prenuptial agreements are an "anti-love" contract, these documents actually serve many critical purposes. They protect the spouses in case of divorce; they can expedite the divorce process; and it affords the spouses a chance to talk about some important issues before they get married.
If you have not heard, Uber and Google are currently waging a massive legal battle against each other over the alleged theft of company secrets. The story goes like this: Anthony Levandowski was a big engineer at Google, working on a self-driving car project under Google's parent company's self-driving business, Waymo. But he left the company to start his own self-driving company, which was eventually snapped up by Uber for roughly $700 million.
Every divorce is going to be a little different. The personalities of the spouses will vary from case to case. The specifics of each divorce will vary. The assets on the line; the children that may or may not be involved; the type of divorce that the spouses seek, even. All of these things play major roles in a divorce. But there are are some constants that run across every divorce, and these tips should be heeded no matter the situation.