Four Ways To Avoid Foreclosure

Your home is probably one of your biggest assets, which means that whatever you choose to do with it can affect your life greatly. If you are having problems paying the mortgage, you might automatically think you're in trouble because your home is going to be foreclosed. However, there are ways to avoid this, even if you are having trouble paying the mortgage every month. Here are four ways you can avoid a foreclosure: Read More 

When Can You Avoid Probate?

Wills are an important part of a complete estate plan, and everyone needs to have one. You should also understand that if there is a will, it must be probated. Filing wills with the probate court usually means having to wait a few months for it to become final, and following the wishes of deceased must be delayed until that time. While a will might always be what everyone thinks of when they think about estate planning, to stop at just a will and go no further could be a mistake. Read More 

5 Questions To Ask Your Divorce Attorney

When you said your vows, divorce law was the last thing on your mind. Unfortunately, divorces happen for a variety of reasons. Ending a marriage can be an emotional and painful process that oftentimes involves complex legal procedures. Although, you may not think you need to hire a divorce attorney, not doing so may have an unexpected effect on the final outcome, so it's best to hire a qualified lawyer to help guide you through the process. Read More 

Tips For Crafting A Suitable Parenting Plan

Crafting a suitable parenting plan can go a long way in preventing controversies with the other parent. In fact, it can even save you money in the form of legal costs. Here are a few guides to help you come up with a viable parenting plan: Plan for Special Events Despite your best intentions, it will be impossible to craft a workable parenting plan that works for all occasions. For example, you can't predict when all the special occasions such as birthdays and Mother's Day/Father's Day will fall. Read More 

Parenting Plans 101

If you are the divorcing parents of a child under the age of 18, you should understand that a major and important part of your divorce process will be related to that child. You already know that you want to reduce the impact of your divorce on your child as much as possible, and it may help you to know that the family court system feels just as strongly about this issue as you do. Read More