Everyone has an estate, no matter how big or small. You may believe that it's unnecessary to protect your estate if it's not very large, but that couldn't be further from the truth. People who have loved ones who they'd like to have become their beneficiaries in the future and those who have children who need guardians will all benefit from estate plans.
May 2019 Archives
From the time your child is born, you want to do all you can to protect them. Your spouse feels the same. Sadly, you both know that your relationship isn't going the way you'd planned.
One of the things you have to think about as you go through a divorce is the potential for your social media accounts to be used against you. Social media continues to influence people every day, and it can expose you to unnecessary risks during a divorce.
Children often have a difficult time understanding why their parents no longer want to be together. In some cases, they may believe that it's their fault that their parents argue or don't want to be in a relationship any longer, especially if the child has problems in school or problematic behaviors.
If you live in an area that is governed by a homeowners association (HOA), there is a risk that you could become involved in a dispute. Disputes can happen for many reasons ranging from decorating your property incorrectly to painting your home the wrong color.