Mounting debt can put a strain on your finances. Many consumers are so far in debt that they cannot see a way out. Bankruptcy provides a viable solution to help consumers get back on solid financial ground. The culmination of a bankruptcy case is the discharge. It's important that you understand your discharge so that you are aware of the benefits and limitations your bankruptcy has to offer. What is Discharge?
- Deciding to keep and raise a child conceived through sexual assault is a difficult enough situation. However, some perpetrators make things worse by demanding custody or visitation rights with the kids. Unfortunately, since the government isn't keen on cutting off children's access to their parents, it can be challenging keeping a rapist away from your child, but here are two things you can try. Terminate Parental Rights Your best option in this situation is to get the person's parental rights terminated.
- Spouses who depend on their partners for financial support are often left in dire straits after a divorce. It doesn't have to be that way, however. Spousal support can be requested and ordered any time a party can show a need, so read on to learn more about the three ways that spousal support is available. Temporary Spousal Support You don't have to be divorced to need spousal support. If you and your spouse no longer live together, you can ask the judge to order temporary spousal support.
- Divorces can be costly, but there are a lot of things you can do while you're going through a divorce to bring costs down. By planning carefully and being vigilant about how your divorce is proceeding, you can get through your divorce in such a way that both you and your spouse end up in a healthy financial situation. Remember that healthy finances for you and your spouse are important for your children.
- If you're in the middle of a contentious divorce, you've got your work cut out for you. Dealing with contention during a divorce can make the process that much more stressful. Unfortunately, there's nothing you can do to control your spouse's behavior. However, there are things you can do to protect yourself from being a part of the contention. Take a Break from Social Media If you're dealing with a contentious divorce, you want to avoid giving your spouse – and their attorneys – anything to use against you.