The estate plan is one of the most important legal moves you will make in your lifetime. It protects all of your assets, money, property and your family in the time of your death. It outlines how your heirs are to receive your money upon your death and much more. If you have an estate plan in place, be sure to discuss it with your adult children before it's too late.
When a parent is sentenced to a term in jail or prison, whether it's a long or short stay, their child also has to pay the price for their crime. For some children, their parents have been incarcerated since they were young infants, and they have never known a life with their parent playing an active role in their lives. For others, they watched their parents be accused and convicted of a crime, then said their goodbyes as they went to begin their prison sentence. These children often feel confused and scared as they begin their new lives without parental guidance and love. While some fortunate children are able to live with supportive relatives, far too many others find themselves bouncing between foster homes or homeless on the streets.
Divorce is not an easy subject for many people to discuss with their spouse. Despite this, there are times in life where you need to force yourself to discuss this topic so you can figure out where your marriage stands. Marriage is not easy. There's a lot that goes into making your marriage successful. Today, we will help you recognize the signs that divorce could be in your future.