Bankruptcy And Divorce: Determining Which One You Should File First

Posted on: 12 June 2015
A life crisis seems to come out of nowhere. Dealing with a single issue is troubling, but when you're dealing with two major life issues at one time, it can all seem overwhelming. If you are an individual dealing with a pending divorce and bankruptcy, you understand this firsthand. When you find yourself in this type of situation, it can be challenging trying to determine if you should file for divorce or bankruptcy first.
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Bankruptcy: The Trustee's Role

Posted on: 29 May 2015
Bankruptcy can be imagined as a series of steps, or a process. It can take months from the time you make your decision to file for bankruptcy until the final declaration. In between those times, you will be preparing to file by gathering your financial paperwork and formally filing with the court. A key player throughout the bankruptcy process is the trustee, a court appointed official who will be overseeing your bankruptcy.
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Current Custody Orders Not Working Out? 4 Reasons Why You May Want To Have Them Modified

Posted on: 13 May 2015
Your custody and visitation order might have been acceptable to both parties when you finalized your divorce. However, circumstances can change. If your custody arrangements are no longer working, you might need to have them modified. Before you can change your custody arrangements, you'll need to go to court and have a judge approve the changes. You'll need to have a legitimate reason for requesting the changes. Here are a few reasons why a judge may approve changes to your custody orders:
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Lost A Loved One? How To Prevent Arguments With Family Members Over The Estate

Posted on: 23 April 2015
If you have recently lost a loved one, you are probably going through a lot as you try to deal with the mourning and grieving process. What can make this situation a whole lot worse is if your family seems determined to argue about your loved one's estate. You probably want to ensure that everyone gets their fair share, but one thing that you might not feel like doing is going through the argument that can often go along with it.
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