For a long time, the end of a marriage by divorce was seen as an unmitigated failure -- which put a lot of social pressure on couples to stay together even when they were miserable together.
Michigan readers understand how important it is to defend themselves against various types of drunk driving charges. A charge of operating a vehicle while intoxicated can have detrimental penalties, even if it is your first offense. This is particularly true if you have an extremely high blood alcohol concentration at the time of your traffic stop.
Firing someone is stressful. It's never the goal of an employer to let someone go, but sometimes an employee makes it impossible to do anything else.
Some high-profile divorces end up being examples to other people of exactly what they shouldn't do -- if they want to avoid serious trouble.
Being the owner of your own company is a dream for many people -- which makes it incredibly exciting to actually be taking the steps to turn that dream into a reality when you get a chance to purchase an established business.
Estate planning may start with assets and inheritances, but do not assume that's all you need. You also want to plan for your health care needs in the future.
It's important to pick the best possible person to be your estate executor. Many people pick heirs. However, you also want to pick the right heir. It's not necessarily an easy process, and not everyone is cut out for it.
One way that people try to hide assets during a divorce is by putting those assets in an offshore account and then lying about their existence during the divorce.
You file for Chapter 13 bankruptcy. You still have a job, so you plan to use Chapter 13 to pay back your debt over five years. The monthly payments are $1,500. You can just make that work with all of your other bills and expenses. It's tough, but you're dedicated.
The biggest mistake you can make when planning your estate is to not have a plan at all. No matter what your age or financial status, it's a good idea to have a plan in place -- if for nothing other than to make sure that your family knows your final wishes regarding burial or cremation.