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Cohabitation Can Affect Child Custody in a Few Ways

When a couple divorces, each person should be allowed to move on with their life,. Unfortunately, when there are children involved and one parent is seeking custody, this is not always the case. When one parent has moved and is now living with their new partner, the court has the right to and will examine their cohabitation structure to determine what is best for the child.  Cohabitation is Not a Deal Breaker

Prepare Before You Apply For SSDI

If you are unable to work because of a medical or mental health condition, you may be eligible for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits. This government program takes the funds that workers have paid throughout the years and returns them in the form of monthly deposits to their bank accounts. Not everyone that applies is approved and the entire process can be complex and lengthy. To increase your chances of success, follow the tips below, and be prepared to apply for SSDI.

Hiring A Real Estate Tax Attorney

Property taxes aren't negotiable. The actual amount of property taxes owed on any type of real estate is fixed and isn't up for discussion with the corresponding tax authority. However, a real estate tax attorney might be able to negotiate details of any owed back-taxes when it comes to any assessed penalties and/or interest on those taxes. And, depending on the amount owed, this can really amount to a great deal of potential savings (over time).

Filing For Divorce? What You Should Do Beforehand

Filing for divorce is a big deal. It's a huge step in your life and one you should think about — it's not a quick decision you should make. If you are set on filing for divorce, there are a number of things you should do before you actually file. Read on for helpful information to help you be better prepared for when you do file for your divorce. Get Your Financial Ducks In A Row

2 Ways To Settle A Tax Bill With The IRS

When you owe the IRS money for back taxes, you should not expect them to drop this issue without receiving any money. The IRS does not drop tax bills that consumers owe, but they do accept payment plans and settlement offers. If you owe money for back taxes and need help settling this issue, contact a tax attorney. The attorney might suggest using one of the following two methods for settling this debt.