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Bankruptcy could help you get a better start in 2020

The year 2020 came quickly. Many people laugh about the year, saying that all people have 20/20 vision and will make great decisions as a result. That could be true for you. If you're looking at the year ahead and see that you're struggling with money or having...

Parents who don’t pay support can be taken to court

When you got a divorce from your spouse, it was with the understanding that they'd be paying child support. You had a more flexible job, so you've had to take on the responsibility of raising your child the majority of the time. Their financial support isn't...

Co-parenting tips that can save you money

When a marriage comes to an end and there are children involved, the central issue becomes the welfare of the kids and putting a co-parenting plan in place. Divorce can present financial difficulties for both former spouses which means planning for a child’s...

Four tips for managing your finances through divorce

Getting a divorce can be costly. You will have charges specifically for the divorce like attorney or mediator fees. You may have to refinance loans so that you and your spouse can separate the payments. And once the divorce is final, you will have to start supporting...

Preventing conflict when not giving an equal inheritance

Depending on your situation, you may not choose to split your inheritance equally among your children. In an equitable inheritance, you decide how to split your inheritance fairly while considering more factors than just monetary value. This split differs from an...

Concerns you should consider before adopting

Starting a family is always scary. Having a child means committing to an individual for the rest of your life—someone you haven’t even met yet at that! But those thinking about adopting their child may have additional concerns. Though raising a healthy,...

Can bankruptcy relieve your student loans?

In the 21st century, student loans are a hot topic. In what Forbes magazine calls a crisis, 44 million American borrowers are in debt to the tune of $1.5 trillion. This is the highest amount of student loan debt in history, with the average borrower owing...

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