Estate planning is essential, yet many people don't start estate planning until they're older. Some never do. Many people believe that they don't need estate plans because they don't have significant assets. Others just put it off until it's too late.
No two divorces are exactly the same, which is why the best rule to follow is not to take the advice of people who aren't going through your situation. While others have been divorced and might have good tips for you, some of their knowledge or experiences may not help in your situation.
Family laws are in place to help protect mothers, fathers, their children and others who have a right to be in their lives. Children are at the greatest risk of being taken advantage of.
You and your ex-spouse went through a difficult divorce, and it took you a long time to settle on a custody agreement you were both happy with. Now, however, you're displeased with the fact that your ex-spouse seems to be keeping things your kids to take to their home, and you have heard that they're no longer working.
Starting a family is always scary. Having a child means committing to an individual for the rest of your life—someone you haven’t even met yet at that!
When it comes to real estate, you want to make sure that you do everything you can to protect your best interests. It is very easy to make mistakes that can cost you thousands of dollars when purchasing a new property.