As someone who is just starting to plan for retirement and older age, you may know that it's time to start your estate planning process, too. The basics of estate planning are relatively simple: Get a will, decide if you want to have a trust, and decide on who you want to be responsible for your estate and health care if you can't make your own decisions.
April 2019 Archives
If you and your ex-spouse have children together, one of the things you may be interested in doing is improving communication. It was one thing to have breakdowns in communication when you lived together, but without that connection, you know it's important to get your communication channels working correctly.
In an interesting article from March 28, it is detailed that children who have parents who divorce have lower educational prospects than those in two-parent households. That's not the whole story, though. A study from the University of California, Los Angeles, shows that divorce doesn't affect all kids in the same way.
When you have children and are going through a divorce in Florida, nothing can be more difficult than having to discuss the changes with them. Depending on the ages of your children, they may not understand why you're choosing to go through a divorce. They may not be able to understand your side of things compared to what they see in their everyday life, especially if you and your spouse have been hiding your issues from your kids.
There will likely come a time when your condo is vacant. Perhaps you'll be traveling for work, or you plan to go away for a month on vacation. Whatever the reason is, if your condo is going to be vacant, you should understand what happens if there is damage caused to your home.