Virtual visitation has become a popular option for parents involved in a child custody agreement to communicate with their children. Parents aren't always readily available to speak to their children or even visit with them because of various factors, including work, serving in the military and moving away from where they live. This is why virtual visitation might be an option for your child custody situation.
After months or even years of struggling to keep up with your debts, you finally found financial relief through Chapter 7 bankruptcy. While your Tennessee friends and family may have warned you that filing for bankruptcy would ruin your credit, you knew the delinquencies you experienced had already damaged your score.
Have you heard the word probate before? If so, you likely know that this is a legal process that can wind up costing you a lot of money in taxes. Many people will set up their estate plan in ways that prevent it from reaching the probate stages. Today, we will take a look at three ways that can help you avoid probate, which will put more money in the pocket of your beneficiaries when you are gone.
Not every marriage will end happily ever after. There will be fighting. There will be infidelity. There will be irreconcilable differences. All of this can add up to one or both spouses agreeing that it is time to go their separate ways. It doesn't mean the marriage was a failure. It just means that the two people are no longer compatible. Here's how to tell if divorce is the right step.
Alimony is always a contested topic of discussion between two divorcing people. When the couple cannot come to an agreement, it will go in front of a family law judge. The judge will make the determination on the amount to be paid based on various factors. If you receive alimony in Memphis, here's the smart uses for these payments.
If you already have an estate plan in place for yourself and your spouse you cannot simply file it away and sit on it for years to come. The estate plan is a set of legal documents that should be reviewed every so often to ensure that they still reflect your wishes and your familial situation. Here are the most common life events that should force you to review and update your estate plan.