If you are struggling to make ends meet, the last thing you need is for your take-home pay to get any smaller. Nevertheless, this is always a danger if you fall behind on your debts and a creditor takes you to court.
If you've begun developing your estate plan, or at least thinking about it, you know that one of the most important decisions you'll need to make is who will be the executor. This is the person who will, as the name implies, "execute" your plan and see that all of your wishes are carried out, in accordance with the law. It's an important responsibility.
We know that credit cards are a significant source of many Americans' debts. However, a recent study by the online lender LendingPoint found that personal loans are growing faster than any other type of personal debt.
When determining a custody arrangement, most divorcing parents try to keep siblings together. Brothers and sisters can be each other's most crucial sources of support during this stressful, confusing time. Kids may move back and forth between parents' homes together. One parent may have primary physical custody of them, while the other parent has regular visitations.
Like most things in life, finding out how (or if) you've been included in a loved one's estate plan after they're gone isn't like you've seen on TV or in the movies. It's not a group of family members sitting in a lawyer's office finding out if they're going to be millionaires or if they'll have to drive that 2002 Toyota Corolla for a little longer.
Owning a new car is a goal that many people strive toward. You may have thought you reached this milestone only to find yourself struggling to make your car loan payments. You may have suffered a medical emergency, job loss or some other financial blow, and sooner than you might have expected, you faced the risk of having your vehicle repossessed.