Most couples don't make the decision easily to end their marriage. In fact, people often stay in a marriage long after it's stopped being a healthy, happy relationship. All couples have problems. However, which ones are signs that you shouldn't ignore?
Recently, we discussed the importance of choosing the right administrators for your estate -- the executors and trustees who will help ensure that your wishes are carried out. However, if you have children, the choice of a guardian is probably the most important decision you'll make as you develop your plan.
If you're preparing to put your estate plan in place, you're taking an important step that many people put off until it's too late. You'll have a number of crucial decisions to make as you work with your Tennessee attorney to create your plan.
Divorcing parents are always concerned about the impact of their break-up on their children. One area where kids' issues with parental divorce often become apparent is in school. With the new school year underway and many kids going back to school for the first time since their parents split, it seems like a good time to look at ways that parents can keep their kids' academic performance from slipping.
Facing your overwhelming debt may have been something that you put off for some time. However, you now recognize that your situation needs serious attention or matters will only continue to get worse. As a result, you feel ready to move forward with bankruptcy.
Americans are living longer, but those golden years are too often marred by financial hardship. In fact, a recent study by the Consumer Bankruptcy Project (CBP) found that bankruptcy filings among senior citizens have increased fivefold in recent years.