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August 2018 Archives

Estate planning mistakes can impact your heirs

Your estate plan can protect you and your family members. While most adults don't relish the thought of having to come up with the terms of the plan, it can help provide you with peace of mind. You have to ensure that you are going about the estate plan properly. There are some things that might invalidate your well-thought out estate plan.

Plan for a successful parenting relationship with your ex

There are a few goals that you need to have when you are going through a child custody case. Each one of these helps to keep your parenting arrangement on good terms and enables the children to reap the benefits of a successful child custody situation.

Divorce without minor children might be simple

The end of a marriage is a trying time for many people. For those who don't have any children, the process is a bit easier since they don't have to worry about child custody and support. There are still many considerations that you need to think about when you are in this position. We realize that you might have some questions about what is going to happen as you work through the process.

Back to school can be stressful after a separation

Back-to-school season is a difficult one for some children. When their parents went through a separation over the summer, things might be even more complicated. There are several things that you might be able to do to help your children cope with this situation.

Your estate plan must be tailored to your situation

Now that you are an adult, you have to make sure that your future is all set. Young adults work toward this while older adults will likely be able to enjoy the fruits of their labor. One thing that they don't think about is what is going to happen to all their hard work when they pass away. We know that this isn't a pleasant thought but it is one that is best addressed now.

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