Child Custody Mediation: 3 Tips To Help You Prepare For Success

When you and your significant other decide to get divorced, one of the unfortunate parts of the entire process is fighting for custody. It isn't easy, but many families figure out a way to make it work. Sadly, it takes a lot of compromise, patience and communication to get to that point. Many couples must use a process called mediation in order to get there. In mediation, a neutral third party is brought in to help couples reach a parenting agreement that they can agree on and is in the best interests of the child. Read More 

Ready To Open A New Business But Weary About Finances And Legalities? Hire Help Now

If you are ready to start a business and you have all of the knowledge needed in your industry, but not with the legal and financial aspects of the business, you want to get some help. Outsourcing some of the services that are required with managing a business is going to help you operate more efficiently, and it will help you prevent serious problems. Here are a few of the professionals you want to consult and hire before you start taking on work, and before you open your business. Read More 

What Can You Do To Fight A Tax Audit’s Results?

In a perfect world, you would never face an audit from the Internal Revenue Service, or IRS. In reality, it is possible that your return could be randomly selected by the agency for review. If it is and you are not pleased with the results of the audit, here is what you need to know.  Can You Appeal the Audit? The results of an audit are not final right away. You have a period of time following the audit to either pay up what the IRS claims you owe or file an appeal. Read More 

Trusts: Three Debunked Myths

Many people can benefit by having a trust put in place prior to their death or incapacitation. However, many of these people don't understand the benefits of a trust due to the many myths surrounding these legal agreements. Whether you have a large estate or a smaller estate, the following tips will help you decide whether you really need a trust, or whether you can allow your heirs to make decisions regarding the legal assets you leave behind. Read More 

Three Ways To Handle An Eviction Notice

There are a number of benefits to renting a home rather than buying. If you haven't been paying your rent consistently or you have had multiple issues with your landlord, it should not come as a surprise when you get an eviction notice. This notice should be taken seriously or you could find yourself locked out of the home. Being evicted could mean spending money on movers, struggling to find another place to rent, marks on your credit report and more. Read More