Guardianship provides a safety net for children who cannot be cared for by their parents or adults who cannot care for themselves. Find out the requirements for guardianship to be established and the necessary court procedure.
A little effort now can save a world of painful problems in the future. Ensure that your kids will get the best childhood possible, no matter what.
More than happy to give your ex-spouse’s last name back to him or her after your divorce? Here’s how you do it legally.
After a divorce, your estate plan will undoubtedly change. It is important to consider changing your will, living trust, power of attorney documents, and beneficiary designations. Find out how divorce can affect your estate plan.
Collaborative divorce involves both parties and their lawyers working from the start in a collaborative process. This means they agree to work to a solution without going to court.
A living trust has a number of advantages, including avoiding the probate process. However, there are also some disadvantages to it that may render it unsuitable for your estate planning needs.
When power of attorney is made durable, it remains intact if you cannot make decisions for yourself.
Here are some important questions to ask yourself about your final wishes, even if you live child-free.
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