There’s no set-in-stone timeline for divorce. Divorces can happen in as quickly as a month, or they can last years. It all depends on your situation and these factors have to be considered: Is the divorce mutual, meaning both spouses want it to happen? Is the situation amicable? Meaning you’re able to be in the… [ Read More ]
You might have a comprehensive estate plan, but does it cover you and your family if you become incapacitated? Life can be unpredictable and can change in a heartbeat. For example, you might suffer an extreme accident and fall into a coma. If this happens and you don’t have it covered in your estate plan,… [ Read More ]
Child support is a complicated part of a divorce. On the one hand, you want the child to have financial stability in their life. On the other hand, complications might make it difficult for a parent to cover all aspects of life. One of these areas is college tuition and general college expenses. At one… [ Read More ]
If you have a child, sibling, or parent who is special needs, you want to take comfort in knowing they’ll have a support system in place after you pass. For this reason, it’s important to have a comprehensive estate plan that includes care for them. A family member or friend might have informally promised you… [ Read More ]
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