When couples who have children together divorce, or couples who are not married have a child together, they need to determine the division of parenting time and decision making for the children following their split.
The COVID-19 pandemic has upended almost all aspects of everyday life, leaving many people laid off, faced with cuts to their wages or forcing them to miss work to care for sick family members. The reduction in wages for many people has created a hardship forcing tenants to forgo making their monthly rent payments.
It has been said that the only two things certain in life are death and taxes—which leads to the question—what happens to my money when I die? After a person dies, their assets need to be distributed and their debts need to be paid. This is either done in accordance with the deceased’s wishes, if […]
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