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August 2017 Archives

Estate planning is an important process for everyone

The majority of California residents, like others around the country, have likely given little thought to what life will be like for their loved ones after they have passed. Most have not gone through the process of estate planning because they believe it is not necessary unless someone has a certain amount of assets. However, certain issues such as guardianship of children and health care are critical for everyone, regardless of income level. Experts weigh in on the importance of creating an estate plan.

No need for shame when getting a divorce

A statistic is often quoted that 50 percent of those getting married in California and around the nation don't stay married. In fact, the divorce rate for the country is dependent on several factors, such as age and when someone got married. Even with such a high number of marriages ending in divorce, it can be a source of shame for some. However, experts want to eradicate that thinking.

Business protection starts before the wedding bells ring

Planning to marry the one you love is probably one of the most special times of your life. Like most California business owners, you may also be wondering how to protect your assets as you and your beloved spouse build your new life together. It's doubtful anyone gets married while thinking about divorce; however, business is business and you wouldn't be where you are today if you didn't prepare as much as possible for an unpredictable future.

Women getting divorced should consider estate plannning

The life expectancy for women in California and around the country is roughly five years more than for men. Reports from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention n thaotet 38 percent of marriages in the nation end in divorce. Couple the divorce rate with the longer life expectancy for women, and it results in many women having the responsibility for managing their finances well into their future. Given this potential, it would be advantageous for women to give serious consideration to estate planning.

Veteran's PSTD treatment an issue in child custody case

Post-traumatic stress disorder, or PSTD, is often a condition found in military veterans from California and across the country who have experienced extreme circumstances while serving. Many veterans prefer not to discuss the details of their combat experience or other traumatic events. However, one veteran's refusal to share the details of an event that occurred while he was deployed overseas is at the core of a child custody dispute in another state.

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