Small business owners who divorce face challenges that other divorcing spouses may not. In addition to settling typical matters of custody, spousal support and marital property division, these business owners also have to determine the fate of their companies in the divorce.
You'd never drink and drive or get in a car with anyone who had been drinking. However, you can't prevent other drivers from getting behind the wheel when they're under the influence. Nonetheless, you can learn to spot them and help keep yourself (and others on the road) safe.
Now that alimony is no longer tax deductible for those who pay it, many divorcing spouses who are looking at a future of paying substantial amounts to their exes are seeking ways to make their obligations less financially painful. One option that some people are choosing is an alimony trust.
If your morning commute involves congested freeways and reckless drivers, you may want to review your auto insurance coverage. A basic policy, might save you money in the short term, but leave you with stuck with medical bills you can’t afford to pay.
These days, many divorces are settled outside of a courtroom. There are a number of options for reaching agreements on property division, support and child custody that don't involve presenting your case in court to a judge. These options can save couples time, money and added conflict.
Many Americans move to assisted living communities when they get older and caring for themselves and their home becomes challenging. However, many more prefer to remain in their homes and hire a personal care provider to assist them.
The vast network of trucking companies in the United States delivers essential cargo nationwide. They are responsible for shipping food to our grocery stores and gasoline to our gas stations.
Trips and falls are common accidents that people suffer every day. Hazardous conditions on someone else's property are some of the most common causes of these accidents. Unsafe conditions could be anywhere, including a residential apartment, governmental facility or retail store.
Going through a divorce is never an easy emotional experience. There are inevitable bumps in the road of memories that are going to trigger regret, sadness, anger, sentiment and much more. The grieving process is real, just as it is in death. Although you may have to go through a long healing process, your divorce is entirely separate.
Choosing mediation to settle the terms of your divorce is often a good alternative to settling your divorce with litigation and a trial. A mediator is a neutral party and a facilitator, one who will work collaboratively with both parties to come to a mutual agreement in the terms of a divorce.
Going through a divorce when you have children can be a particularly challenging experience. Not only may you be dealing with your own emotional stress, but also that of your young ones who may not be ready for their parents to part ways.