Whether you're concerned about the prospect of spending down your nest egg for your spouse's end-of-life care, or are tired of having your Social Security retirement income taxed due to your working spouse's income, you may be wondering whether an "on paper" divorce can save you money. What happens if you and your spouse legally divorce but continue to live together and share finances? Read on to learn more about some common situations in which strategic divorce may be utilized, as well as what you can do if you find yourself in one of these situations.
- Seeing a loved one trapped in an abusive relationship can be both devastating and frustrating. On the one hand, you hate to see your friend in any kind of pain. On the other hand, you may not understand why your loved one continues to be in the relationship. Regardless, you want to help, but it's important that you be aware of a few things before you get involved in such a complicated situation.
- Every day there are an almost countless number of car accidents that happen across the country. Luckily, most of these accidents do not result in substantial injuries, but even these minor accidents can result in substantial liabilities and expenses. It is important to understand a couple of basic questions concerning car accidents to help ensure that you are legally protected as much as possible following these incidents. Why Is It Not Advised To Discuss The Incident With The Other Driver?
- Fibromyalgia pain can be a crippling condition that leaves patients who can no longer work in desperate need of disability benefits. However, it can be more difficult to be approved for disability benefits for fibromyalgia patients because of the somewhat subjective nature of the condition. Those applying for disability because of fibromyalgia pain can use the following tips to increase the chances that their disability claim will be approved: Carefully document your diagnosis and treatment
- Being charged with driving under the influence can be a scary situation, and first time offender often looks for guidance about what to do. They have questions about the fines and penalties they could face if they are convicted, and wonder if they need to hire a DUI attorney to help them through it. While no two cases are identical, you should know that first time offenders are treated differently than those who are repeat offenders.