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February 2017 Archives

What to expect during an adoption home study

Adoption is a big responsibility, and as such, there are a number of requirements and screenings prospective parents must satisfy in order to complete the process. One of the most important of these is the home study. As the name suggests, this procedure involves an official - usually a social worker or child welfare official - visiting your home to profile your lifestyle and home environment. Regardless of what kind of adoption you are initiating, this is a requirement, and you should know what to expect.

Protect yourself and your unmarried partner

Cohabiting couples who take a long time to get married or just never feel the need to "make it legal" are increasingly common. In fact, the majority of couples that do get married cohabit first, and the household that's run by a married couple stopped being the norm in 2005.

Disputing a will for undue influence

In our society, someone's last wishes are generally considered very important, especially when those wishes are written down and formalized into a legal will. In order for someone else to contest that will, there generally has to be a good reason in order for the court to hear it.

Two income tax mistakes you don't want to make during divorce

Financial mistakes are easy to make even when everything in your life is moving smoothly. When you're in the middle of a divorce and dealing with taxes, the financial mistakes can get bigger. Here are two mistakes involving income taxes you don't want to make while getting divorced.