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  • Summer is over – at least as far as your local school district is concerned. Whether your own children are back to hitting the books or you’re just seeing the steady stream of school buses that have returned to the roadway, you need to take a moment to assess whether you’ve gotten lazy in your safe driving habits. Not only do you want to make sure you play no part in any type of tragic accident you also want to avoid traffic violations during the back-to-school season. There are certain driving rules that are essentially tied to the school season, …Read More ➡

  • It’s conventional wisdom among those who have been through a divorce that every family breakup is difficult, but the most difficult are those in which parents battle each other over child custody. These issues test the mettle of even the most experienced judges, and if not resolved in a way that limits the children’s exposure to animosity, can end up doing long-term harm. But while more and more courts across the land work to minimize family stress and to work toward what is in the best interests of the children, a new issue has been increasingly raised – who keeps …Read More ➡

  • One of the most frustrating aspects of pursuing higher education is the cost: the price of undergraduate and graduate degrees continues to rise, and more and more students have no choice but to take on student loan debt in order to achieve their goals. Though student loans may enable educational opportunity, it also saddles graduates with debt that can seem insurmountable: the average student that graduated in 2016 carried over $37,000 in debt, and even former President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama had over $180,000 in educational debt until his first book was published.   If you are …Read More ➡

  • When divorced or divorcing parents are working out their custody schedule, the school year schedule requires special attention and accommodation. When dividing visitation and responsibilities for kids that are out on break or too young for school, the calendar can be based on what works best for parents’ work schedules. But as soon as school comes into the picture, everything changes: pick-up and drop-off needs to adjust to the school day and the bus schedule; if both parents work then you’ll need to make arrangements for aftercare or to get the kids to their after-school activities and extracurriculars; homework needs …Read More ➡

  • When your debt has gotten so high that you’re consistently struggling to pay your bills, and you don’t know how you’re going to get out from under, the idea of filing for bankruptcy can provide a real lifeline and cause for hope. If you’re giving filing for bankruptcy serious consideration, and especially a Chapter 7 bankruptcy which would allow you to erase almost all of your debts, there are a few things you need to be aware of — especially if you’ve been trying to pay off your bills by supplementing your income with part-time jobs or seasonal employment. Anybody …Read More ➡

  • Every divorce is different. Some couples simply recognize their incompatibility and part company on pleasant terms, while others carry so much anger that their antagonism towards each other gets in the way of what they most want – to be rid of each other. When couples are operating in an emotional, hostile state, reasonable communication is usually the first thing to break down, and that can lead to one of two outcomes. Either:   They end up doing all of their communicating through their attorneys, which quickly leads to enormous legal fees for both of them, or They speak to …Read More ➡

  • Students graduating from college or graduate schooling with a mountain of student loan debt has become all too common as tuitions continue to rise in the United States. The average amount of debt that a college student graduated with in the class of 2017 was $39,400, and that number is expected to climb. That level of debt can take decades to pay off, and when you combine that level of indebtedness with divorce, things can get extremely complicated.  Though many people think that student debt somehow stands apart from other types of debt, the truth is that it is treated …Read More ➡

  •   In every household with children, the arrival of summer (and the end of the school year) brings a certain amount of disruption. Though parents’ schedules and obligations remain the same, the kids suddenly no longer need to wake up early for buses or drop-offs. Homework is no longer a consideration, and neither are after-school activities. For divorced parents, the summer vacation from school can represent either a blessing or a curse, depending on how your normal visitation schedule is structured. A parent who normally has responsibility for school days suddenly has a lot of time to fill, and possibly …Read More ➡

  • There are many events that can lead to people filing for bankruptcy. People can experience job loss or medical problems, or simply make the repeated mistake of buying more on credit than they are able to afford. The housing and financial crisis of 2008 led to many Americans having to file for bankruptcy, and experts are warning that the United States economy is on the precipice of a similar financial disaster in the future – a crisis caused by mounting student debt. Getting a college degree is considered a necessity in today’s job market, but the costs of earning that …Read More ➡

  • Divorces are rarely easy or free of conflict, and this is particularly true in divorces that involve children. One of the most challenging issues that families negotiating the terms of their divorce face is how best to address shared custody in a contested divorce. The underlying philosophy of the court is that parents need to arrive at a solution that is in the best interests of their child or children, but when tensions are running high and one or both spouses are feeling hurt or angry, there can be a quick turn to vindictiveness and use of the children as …Read More ➡

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