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Pre-Nup or Pre-Nope – Is a Financial Agreement Worth It And Should I Look at Getting One?

Financial Agreements are still a hot topic, now more than ever. During COVID-19 we were inundated with news segments highlighting the escalating statistics relating to separations and divorces. As a result, our Family Courts are now stretched thin, resulting in extensive delays for parties looking to have their financial matters settled.

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As we become more digitally dependant, we also become more reliant on technology. We now live in a digital age, and with this, we have seen an increase in people holding assets referred to as ‘digital assets’. Digital assets are defined as files stored and held electronically, which exist as data and which have value.

In America, they believe in the principle of ‘innocent until proven guilty’. This principle is one of the most sacred principles in the American criminal justice system, and it means precisely what it says.

In my previous blog titled ‘Guilty until proven Innocent?’, I highlighted one of the most important legal principles in criminal law: Guilt must be proven beyond a reasonable doubt. In this blog, I will explore how criminal responsibility is determined, and what exactly do the prosecution need to prove in order to convict an accused.