What to Do When a Loved One Passes Away

What to Do When a Loved One Passes Away

What to Do When a Loved One Passes Away When a loved one passes, it is often difficult to know what steps to take and in what order. Already filled with grief, an individual does not need to make the process any more painful than it already is. There are a few...
What Is Collaborative Divorce and Mediation?

What Is Collaborative Divorce and Mediation?

What Is Collaborative Divorce and Mediation?  A recent estimate for a typical litigated divorce for both parties is $ 73,550. [1] This, coupled with the emotional process of litigating a divorce, has been driving parties and policymakers to find alternative...
If You Are a Parent, Having a Will is Critical

If You Are a Parent, Having a Will is Critical

If You Are a Parent, Having a Will is Critical A will is one of the most important legal documents you can have. While less than 1/3 of Americans  have one, it is more critical than most people realize–and no, it is not just for the wealthy. A will is a common...
Getting Married?  Do This after Saying “I Do”

Getting Married? Do This after Saying “I Do”

Getting Married? Do This after Saying “I Do” June is the unofficial month of weddings, and while there are many “to-do’s” before you say “I do,” there are a lot of things you need to remember as soon as the marriage begins.    But, before we get into the...
Don’t Head off to College Without These 3 Documents

Don’t Head off to College Without These 3 Documents

Don’t Head Back-to-College Without These 3 Documents Graduation season is upon us and even though you still may be celebrating the final days of high school, it’s never too early to start thinking about getting ready to head off to college. While your supply...