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Divorcing couples should first discuss whether they should sell or keep their homes, as failing to have a proper contingency plan often leads to complications. Many people decide to leave the house to their ex-spouses just so their children won’t find it difficult to adjust with the change, but take note...

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Divorce is a hard thing for any family to go through. One of the most important things you have to deal with is the welfare of your children. Child support...

You’ve worked hard to save up enough money for your first real estate investment. Now that you’ve reached this point, it’s time to think of a few...

A covenant is a promise or provision contained in a property’s title deed. A restrictive real estate covenant is a clause in your title deed which limits...

Most people shun estate planning because they think it is only for wealthy people. Estate planning is essential regardless of the number of your assets. Once you die, your assets will be distributed no matter how small they are. You can save your family the hassle of probate court by planning your estate. A Colorado probate attorney can help you with estate planning to...

When smart and talented people come together for business partnerships, they leverage on combined capabilities, skills, and knowledge. As a result, partnerships stand a better chance of achieving business growth and success. Unfortunately, business partnerships have been proven to be more difficult to manage than most marriages. There are various reasons why business partnerships...

Based on studies, between 40% and 50% of married couples in the U.S. end up getting a divorce. The sad reality is that divorce has become quite a routine...

Officials in Harris County, Texas failed to seek the U.S. Supreme Court’s help in blocking a court ruling made by U.S. District Judge Lee Rosenthal, which cited the county’s unfair bail system to poor inmates. The ruling will allow the release of several inmates from a Houston jail, following Justice Clarence Thomas’ rejection of the county’s...

Let’s face it, drafting your will is not a pleasant task. In any case, doing so would mean that you’re accepting your unavoidable demise, but...