1. The BasicsA postnuptial agreement is a legal contract signed after a couple enters a civil union or marriage. It dictates how the couple’s financial affairs and assets will be divided in the case of divorce or separation. In it you can spell out the division of all property acquired individually and together from both before and after you said your vows. This document can also include details about incurring debts and spousal or child support. (It can even address things like division of labor at home.) continue reading » by: AJ SMITH, Credit.comGetting married is exciting. But in between the bouquet, dress and venue choices, it’s important to remember that it has some serious financial ramifications. Some couples like to keep their money completely separate while others are comfortable combining all funds. No matter your and your partner’s style, it can be a good idea to consider the consequences if the relationship doesn’t last. Even if you do not have a prenuptial agreement in place before you tie the knot, you can sign a postnuptial agreement for similar reasons afterward.More From Credit.com: What Happens to Your Credit When You Get Married ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
Norwegian offshore vessel provider DOF has held a naming ceremony for its newbuild pipe laying support vessel (PLSV) Skandi Olinda in Rio de Janeiro.The Skandi Olinda PLSV is the final in a series of four PLSVs ordered by a joint venture between DOF and oilfield services provider TechnipFMC.Director of subsea engineering at TechnipFMC Yvan Giacomelli has said via social media that the naming ceremony was held last week.As for the previous three PLSV’s ordered by the DOF-TechnipFMC JV, the Skandi Açu started its eight-year charter contract with Petrobras in August 2016, the Skandi Búzios in April 2017, and the Skandi Recife in June 2018.All four vessels were ordered following eight-year contract awards from Petrobras back in August 2013 for the provision of installation of flexible pipes in Brazilian waters.Under the DOF-TechnipFMC joint venture agreement, TechnipFMC manages flexible pipelaying while DOF manages marine operations.The vessel has pipelay and marine technology with a 340 tons Vertical Lay System (VLS) tower, 2,500 tons underdeck carousel and two work-class ROVs, allowing it to lay flexible pipes in water depths up to 2,500 meters.Offshore Energy Today has contacted DOF for more information regarding the vessel and the naming ceremony. DOF has confirmed the vessel has been named and said it would go on hire soon.Offshore Energy Today Staff
For all the Latest Sports News News, ICC World Cup News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. New Delhi: Pakistani skipper Sarfaraz Ahmed on Saturday responded to the online abuse and harassment of him following his team’s defeat against arch-rivals India in their World Cup 2019 encounter. Reacting to his criticism and trolling on social media for yawning during India game, the Pakistani skipper said, “Yawning is a normal thing to do, I didn’t commit a sin. If people made money out of me yawning, that’s a good thing.”In a pre-match presser on Saturday, Sarfaraz called for an end to abusing, saying that people sitting outside can’t understand what the Pakistani players were going through.“Anybody can say anything to us on social media. It is okay if you talk about our cricket but to abuse us is something which nobody would appreciate…. We are going through a phase which people sitting outside can’t even imagine,” he said.In response to a question about the criticism of the Pakistani team’s performance in the ongoing World Cup and specially against India by former cricketers, Sarfaraz said that they have become “gods on TV screens”.“What can I say to them. If I reply, they would bash me more. Some of them don’t even consider us cricketers, they have become Gods on TV screens,” Sarfraz said.The wicket-keeper batsman said that they will play their best against during Sunday’s game against South Africa, adding that the Pakistani team still have a chance of qualifying for the semi-finals.“We are still alive in the tournament have a (mathematical) chance of qualifying. We are focused on our game on Sunday and God willing we will play our best cricket and win the game,” he added.
Tom Mohan’s side secured one of the two automatic qualification places for the Elite Phase after hosts Albania lost 3-2 against Germany this afternoon. The Gortnahoe man will train with the squad at the match stadium this evening after shaking-off a knock he suffered during Thursday’s win over Georgia.Meanwhile, the Republic of Ireland have qualified for the Elite Phase of the UEFA U19 Championships.It’s after a comfortable 5-0 win over Gibraltar in Albania, to maintain their winning start to the Qualifying Round this morning.