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March 2019 Archives

Tighten spending or risk losing more in divorce

Going through a divorce is never easy. Even if you knew it was coming you still might struggle with the idea of ending the marriage. Either way, you need to be prepared for all that comes with getting a divorce in Elizabethtown. One way to prepare for divorce is to tighten your spending. If you continue to spend money on items that are not necessities, you could risk losing more in the divorce.

Keep your personal life off social media during a divorce

Social media has become part of our daily lives. Millions of people have Facebook and Twitter accounts along with a presence on various other social sites. People post just about everything they can find on these accounts, including pictures of their life and other personal activities.

Tips for easing your children into life after divorce

All parents want to protect their children as much as possible from the stress and sadness that a divorce can bring. However, sometimes their own animosity toward each other prevents them from doing the basic things that can ease their kids into their new normal of splitting their time between their parents and two homes. Following are a few things you can do to make things easier for your kids.

Mistakes to avoid during a child custody case

Child custody is a serious issue that affects thousands of children across Kentucky every year. However, many things that can go wrong in a child custody battle can easily be avoided. You just need to know what they are and how to avoid them. Let's discuss the most common mistakes you must avoid in order to win a child custody case.

Preventing family arguments with an estate plan

It's common for a family to enter into a fight upon the death of the father or mother, or both. This often occurs when there is no estate plan in place or when the estate plan is not effective. Family fighting after the death of a loved one is never easy. Most fights are over the inheritance left behind to the adult children because they feel it's not fair. Here's how you can use an estate plan to avoid fighting.