Many wills end up going through probate without a hitch, but some family disputes can escalate until at least one heir threatens a lawsuit. What are the odds it could happen to your will? Can you prevent it from happening? You Probably Can Tell If Your Family Will Fight It's rare for a family to avoid all disagreements -- however, the fractures in some families run pretty deep. The odds are good that you know if your family has some deeply-held resentments against each other that could lead to a fight when you are gone. [Read More]
5 Debts Your Bankruptcy Can't Discharge
If your financial situation isn't where you want it to be, this can cause a lot of stress and problems in your life. One thing you can do to help ease your load and allow you to feel more confident in yourself is to file for bankruptcy. Keep in mind that this is a process that will take a certain amount of time to achieve, and the sooner you get started, the faster you can have success. [Read More]
Did Your Husband Cheat On You With Your Sister? Divorce May Be The Answer
Happily married couples usually spend a lot of time together and don't have time for infidelity. However, your husband somehow found the time to hook up with your sister, and you are devastated. Can your marriage be saved and is it worth it for your mental health's sake? Infidelity Destroys Trust Any good relationship is built on a strong foundation of trust. When you married your husband, you put your faith in him sticking by you and loving only you. [Read More]
Should You File Your Civil Rights Case In State Or Federal Court?
Depending on the circumstances of your civil rights violation case, you may have the option of filing your lawsuit in state or federal court. There are advantages and disadvantages to either option, so you want to take time to carefully consider which one would be more advantageous to you. Here are a couple of things to take into account to help you decide what to do. Where is the Court Located? [Read More]