Divorce Settlement Agreements And Court Approval The divorce has been hard enough, and now there might be a trial? Trials may look good on television, but in most cases a settlement outside of court proceedings can be a better way to go. If you and your spouse can agree on the important issues in your… Continue reading Divorce Settlement Agreements And Court Approval
Common Types Of Real Property Ownership When you file for bankruptcy, you have to list all aspects of your financial situation, including all of the property that you own. If you own real estate known as real property—you’ll also be asked to disclose your ownership interest using legal terminology. Although this seems simple, you can… Continue reading Common Types Of Real Property Ownership
Can I Request Alimony After Divorce Proceedings Are Complete Even when divorce is for the best, it can make a person feel as though their whole life has turned upside down. Going from a two-person income household to two different one-person income households can also be a significant financial change for both former spouses. If… Continue reading Can I Request Alimony After Divorce Proceedings Are Complete
Can Estate Planning Fees Be Deducted By Your Business You may deduct legal fees paid to attorneys and fees paid to other professionals for ordinary and necessary expenses of your business, including expenses for helping you start your business. When you are starting a business, keep track of all your costs while you are investigating… Continue reading Can Estate Planning Fees Be Deducted By Your Business
Beneficiary Designation And Estate Planning A beneficiary designation is the act of naming the person who will inherit an asset in the event of the account owner’s passing. Some common examples include life insurance policies and retirement accounts. When the account owner passes away, their assets are then transferred to the beneficiary that they designated.… Continue reading Beneficiary Designation And Estate Planning
Can A Child Choose Which Parent They Want To Live With? Child custody is decided on what is in the child’s best interest but not necessarily on the child’s preference. However, this does not mean that a child does not have a say in where he or she is to live and with whom. If… Continue reading Can A Child Choose Which Parent They Want To Live With?
Are Estate Planning Fees Tax Deductible? In general, you can deduct legal fees as an ordinary and necessary business expense. The types of legal fees that are deductible include creation and review of contracts, filing a lawsuit or defending a lawsuit for breach of contract, legal assistance to collect on an account, defending an intellectual… Continue reading Are Estate Planning Fees Tax Deductible?