When someone passes away, they will likely have some type of debt that they were currently paying off. Here’s what happens to someone’s debt after a death. First: the estate The day someone dies, their cash, bank accounts, property and belongings become the estate. This is a term to lump together everything that (1) is… [ Read More ]
Between a mortgage, car payments, and credit cards, it’s very common for American families to have debt. But if you and your spouse are considering divorce, your debt might complicate things. The focus of many divorces is the division of assets. You already know that your possessions will be divided, but did you know that… [ Read More ]
When you first got divorced, you had a job that paid well and provided great benefits. Because of this, your child support payments were sufficient. But as a result of recent downsizing, you were forced to take a different position that pays substantially less. Now those child support payments don’t nearly cover your child’s expenses.… [ Read More ]
Going through a divorce is hard on any family. The financial burden alone can cause stress and anguish for each parent. This is especially true if the non-custodial parent is shirking their duty to pay child support. Fortunately, the state of Alabama has laws in place to enforce orders for child support. An attorney can… [ Read More ]
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