If you and your spouse have decided to get divorced, there are certain financial steps that you need to take in order to protect your financial future and move forward with separating your finances from one another. Ideally, you will be able to work together with your spouse on these steps. #1 Have Personal Accounts The first thing that you need to do is make sure that you and your spouse each have separate accounts.
- If you have recently become disabled, you may be entitled to social security disability benefits. But making a successful claim is easier said than done. If you are going to apply for disability payments, you'll want to make sure you take your time with your application and avoid any potential mistakes that could torpedo your chances. Here are three mistakes you want to avoid when filing for social security disability.
- If you have a minor child who has recently found him or herself in trouble with the law, it is important to make sure that you are reaching out to receive as much help and guidance as possible, especially if the juvenile court system is not something that you are familiar with. Here are some ways for you to receive the help you may need. Find Public Affair Volunteers The juvenile court public affair volunteers can consist of people from a variety of backgrounds.
- The process of preparing for your own passing may not be a particularly enjoyable topic. However, it is necessary for minimizing the stress and strain that your loved ones will experience in response to your passing. Despite the prevalent benefits that living wills can provide, people will often fail to create one of these documents. 1. Appreciate The Benefits Of A Living Will Your traditional will governs what happens after you pass away.
- If you're newly-married to a U.S. citizen and seeking a green card, how much do you need to worry about the marriage interview? If you or your spouse is a foreign national, there are a lot of steps on the road to your future life together. However, the marriage interview with Immigration and Naturalization Services (INS) is one of the most anxiety-producing of those steps -- it may even make you a lot more anxious than your own wedding did!