What Does it Mean for a Will to Go Through Probate?

When you create a will you know in the back of your mind that you won’t be around when it is read to your children, grandchildren, cousins, nieces and nephews and anyone else named in it. The reading of a will only takes place upon the death of its creator. As you work on creating your will you likely want to know what it means to have a will go through probate. This is a common activity that occurs after the creator of the will dies. Let’s take a look at what it means for a will to go through probate in today’s post. [Read more…]

Am I Too Old to Get Divorced?

There are many reasons why couples get divorced at different points in their marriage. Some get divorced because they simply do not love their spouse any longer. Others get divorced because of infidelity. Then there are couples that divorce due to money problems. Whatever the reason, age doesn’t seem to be an issue when it comes to couples divorcing. In fact, some couples wait to get divorced until they are older. They wait for their children to become adults, get jobs, and move out of the family home.

With that, we ask the question, am I too old to get divorced? [Read more…]

Answering Common Divorce Questions

After you’ve filed for divorce or signed the paperwork filed by your spouse, a lot of questions will likely enter your head. This is common. Even if you’ve done your homework it can be downright impossible to prepare for such a life-changing event. Let’s take a look at some of the most common divorce questions asked by people of all ages and provide you with some answers in today’s post. [Read more…]

Why Should I Have a Living Will?

There is a misconception that still floats around today that a living will is only needed when a person reaches the age of senior citizen. This cannot be further from the truth. It’s best for any person to have a living will once they reach the legal age of 18. It doesn’t matter if you have a child, if you have a spouse, or if you are sick or healthy. A living will protects quite a bit of your life. Don’t believe the hype? Here are some important reasons why you should have a living will. [Read more…]