As part of their estate planning, people often decide that they would prefer to give away some of their assets while they're still alive. This way, the recipient can enjoy the gift -- whether it's money or property -- right away, and the donor can see their gift is appreciated. If you're considering giving a gift of considerable value to a loved one or other recipient, it's important to understand the potential tax implications.
If your spouse asks for a divorce, you may find yourself looking for the positives. It's all too easy to dwell on the negatives. However, you know that you can't stop the divorce from happening, so you need to see how it could actually be a benefit for you and your children.
The entrance of one popular business into an area can attract many more businesses. That's what many in Detroit are anticipating with the announcement by H&M that they'll be opening a store downtown this fall.
The task of cleaning out a loved one's home after their death can be daunting. However, don't throw away valuable items in your haste to get the home ready to sell. By "valuable," we don't necessarily mean the sterling silver place settings or the antique vases. We mean the things that have sentimental value for family members or perhaps things that no one knew about but had deep sentimental value to your loved one.
Your family enjoyed many happy vacations in that timeshare along the Michigan shore, but they are about to change or come to an end.
With no-fault divorces available in all 50 states, annulments are not as common as they once were. Yet, there are still situations where getting an annulment is the proper route to take to end a marriage instead of divorce.