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5 reasons debt can be good, but can still lead to bankruptcy

For five years, you tried to avoid all business debt. You had some cash on hand to start the company. You started small and tried to scale things up as you went. You ignored bank loans. You didn't even want to ask investors for money. If all of the money was your own, you stayed in full control.

These life changes may affect your estate plan

Creating an estate plan is a complex process, using many interdependent documents to create protections and benefits that align with your wishes for your property and your beneficiaries. In most cases, an estate plan works in concert with a will, which requires regular review and possible amendment to account for numerous potential complications.

3 tips for creating a parenting plan

You love your child, and you want to make sure that s/he has the life you planned out. You didn't foresee a divorce when you gave birth, but since it's happening, you want to work together with your spouse to create the best possible arrangement for your child's custody.

Which parent claims a child as dependent after divorce?

Divorce between two parents is rarely easy, but some parents cause themselves unnecessary frustration and risk compromising the quality of life they provide to their children in the process. Often, this is because they do not properly address all the pertinent issues in their custody and parenting agreements.

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