Commonly, individuals receive some form of inheritance during their lives. The inherited property could come in the form of physical assets or monetary funds directly bequeathed to the heir. Though you may appreciate the fact that a loved one left you part of his or her estate, you may worry what will happen to that inheritance in the event of your divorce.
You may have already noticed stores gearing up for the holiday season ahead. Perhaps you're among those who like to get ready as early as possible to avoid the stress and chaos that often accompany last-minute preparations.
Parents across the country are counting down the days until school is back in session. Although parents everywhere may be excited that their children are headed back to the classroom, some find themselves in new territory.
Now that summer is here and school has ended for most, many parents are planning vacations and excursions to take advantage of the warm weather. While summer vacations are always exciting to plan, the process can also be stressful. This is especially true for separated or divorced parents who have minor children. If you want to avoid child custody conflicts over summer vacation, these tips may help.