24 April 2020
If you have a very large estate and are thinking about what would happen in the event of your death, then you may be focused on writing your last will and testament. You will have a broad idea of how you want the estate to be distributed, and this may involve a large allocation to some beneficiaries versus others. However, you may be worried that your wishes may not be addressed when all is said and done, should one or more of those beneficiaries be unhappy.
24 April 2020
Debt can sometimes become crippling, especially when you do not have the right people to guide you on how to manage it. When you have creditors on your back, it is close to impossible to concentrate on any efforts that you may have to make yourself solvent again. Fortunately, the legal system recognises the complications that come from insolvency. Therefore, it is legal to file for bankruptcy, which keeps the people you owe off your back until you reorganise yourself and make a fresh financial start.
23 April 2020
Most people will not drive a vehicle with faulty headlights, without a valid driving license or when the vehicle is in an unworthy road condition. However, they are sometimes unable to resist speeding, and they end up with a speeding ticket. Although some traffic charges, such as hit and run or driving when intoxicated, can be easy to resolve, others like a speeding ticket can attract hefty fines or even a jail term.
23 April 2020
People get married with the hope that they will stay together forever. When the relationship unravels and you discover that it might be in your best interests to part ways, a lot of challenges arise. The complications become more challenging when there are children involved, and when you and your partner cannot agree on how to split the property acquired together during the marriage. If you are stuck in a situation where you need parenting orders, here are a few guidelines that will simplify your work.
22 April 2020
While will disputes might not be all that uncommon, they're generally unpleasant. This isn't to say that the process is always a contentious issue or a battle of the benefactors. It can, however, be disheartening to have to contest a will where you feel that you weren't appropriately considered and that you feel you have legitimate grounds to dispute. Is it really that simple though? Can you actually contest a will that you essentially feel was unfair to you?
20 April 2020
When a personal relationship between two people starts to go south, things can quickly escalate. The two people in question may have been living together for some time and have children as part of the union, but no matter what they do, they may not be able to agree on significant matters any more. It is not unusual for the process of discussion to fail altogether, and, in this case, the only way forward may be an inevitable divorce or separation.