Very few people like to think about dying. However, if you have minor children and/or assets, you at least have to think about it long enough to make a will so your children and assets will go where you want them to go. Whenever it comes to your will, it will have to go through a process called “probate.” Probate is the legal proceedings where your will is declared valid. However, probate can be a lengthy process - especially if the will is contested.…Read More »
Will Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Work for You?
When you decide to sue the person or company responsible for your injury your case may either go to trial or it may be settled outside of court. Regardless of what route your case takes, it is still important to build a strong case in order to win. If you have not taken the time to gather evidence to present at the settlement meetings, then they will present you with a low offer.…Read More »
Alimony, sometimes called spousal support, is a necessity in some divorces. This is generally when one spouse has been the dedicated breadwinner, so the other spouse may need financial assistance in order to get back on their feet after the divorce. Alimony is often misunderstood or confused with other types of support. The following answers can help you better understand what alimony is. Question #1: Is alimony the same as child support?…Read More »