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December 2018 Archives

How can I cope with the post-holiday blues?

The end of the holidays can be a real let down. This is especially true of divorced parents in Florida, who may experience sadness at the end of the holidays, which could mean seeing kids less. In this case, there are steps you can take to combat the post-holiday blues and approach your life with renewed vigor. WebMD offers the following advice so you can do just that.

Ring in 2019 by creating or updating estate planning documents

A new year brings with it the promise of forming new habits aimed at becoming happier and healthier. These resolutions usually revolve around physical fitness and fiscal responsibility. One of the items you need to tackle is your estate plan. If you have estate documents, how long ago were they drafted? If you do not have anything in place, now is the time to do it.

How can I control spending during the holidays?

Now that the holiday season is in full swing, many people in Florida are hitting the malls in search of that perfect gift for friends and family. While you’d naturally want to lavish your loved ones with presents, if you’re facing financial instability it’s important to limit spending this time of year. In this case, Forbes offers the following tips.

Maintaining a strong relationship with your kids after divorce

For any couple working through a divorce, daily life can be tough and there could be a considerable amount of uncertainty. However, parents often have an especially hard time when their marriage is coming to an end. Not only do some worry about child support and how their life will change financially (raising children can be incredibly expensive, of course), but some are completely unsure of how custody will be split up or whether they will even be able to visit their children after the divorce is finalized.

Are you eligible to file for Chapter 13?

If you are familiar with U.S. bankruptcy law, then you probably understand why Chapter 7 cases are the most popular form of personal bankruptcy. They offer the chance to have debts be discharged, allowing one to get back on their feet in Hernando County (financially speaking) that much faster. Yet not everyone qualifies for Chapter 7 bankruptcy. Chapter 13, on the other hand, is viewed as almost being the default option that everyone qualifies for. There are scenarios, however, in which you may not qualify for a Chapter 13 bankruptcy either. 

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