3 Things That Should Be In Your Will

A will, or "last will and testament," is an important document to have. It is meant to carry out your final wishes but only when done right. There are online templates available, but the best way to handle writing a will is with the help of an attorney. Here are three things that should be spelled out in your will so you can be sure everyone is provided for and all your assets are properly distributed. [Read More]

Hoverboards - Did You Place A Hazard Under Your Tree?

As the holidays are winding down, there may be a hazard in your home that you did not even anticipate. This hazard could possibly be one of the many toys your child received during this holiday season. In 2014, approximately 251,800 toy-related injuries were severe enough to warrant treatment in an Emergency room in this country. The toys that were associated with the most injuries in children under the age of 15 were non-motorized scooters, so what will happen when one of the hottest toys of the season is a self-balancing two-wheeled board? [Read More]

Three Things You Should Not Do When You Are Going Through A Divorce

When your marriage to the person you thought was the love of your life falls apart and you are in turmoil, adding divorce proceedings to the mix only increases your stress levels. In an ideal situation, you will not have to contend with negotiating settlements for property, money and custody of children. However, for many people, a seamless, non-contentious divorce is a pipe dream. Nevertheless, you can decrease the amount of drama and hard feelings by adhering to a few tips of what not to do during divorce proceedings. [Read More]

Options You Can Use For Debts That Cannot Be Included In Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

If you are swimming in piles of debts and cannot find a way to even make your minimum payments on them, chances are you will continuously keep falling further behind on your bills. The only way to get out might be through Chapter 7 bankruptcy. Unfortunately though, bankruptcy may not help you with all the debts you have. There are ways to reduce and eliminate other debts that are not allowed in bankruptcies, and you may want to look into these methods if you have any of the following debts. [Read More]