You may just need legal information to help you understand what your options are and what is asked of you. Although I will not provide a legal advice, I can clarify the information based on which you can either consult with the attorney or become able to decide on your own.

Revocable Living Trust

Living Trust is the document used to place your personal assets in Trust, a contract form that transfers the assets from you to another upon meeting the decided terms by you. It is primarily used for real estate and valuables, such as precious stones, art collections, or any other items that you would like to … Continue reading Revocable Living Trust

Do You Need a Contract in Writing and Why?

Fair contracts protect both parties involved: those providing a service, goods or property, and those paying for what are offered. Contracts set out legally binding conditions that the parties must adhere to or face legal action. You can protect yourself if you know how to write a legal contract. Generally speaking, your contract is either … Continue reading Do You Need a Contract in Writing and Why?

When You Agree to Divorce

Ugly faces of divorce: 1. Fighting over the child custody and visitations 2. Depression and feeling of failure 3. Inability to agree on how to parent your children Solution: Let go on fighting with one another. You will not get your marriage back, but you can make your divorce less painful. People can agree on … Continue reading When You Agree to Divorce

Financial Crisis – Don’t let it get to you.

While the apparent financial crisis is impacting many families, there are mechanisms to cope with the crisis and preserve your sanity. In last few years, I have seen many couples with young children moving from one rental to another, families with crippled income and people on unemployment, stretching it as long as possible as it … Continue reading Financial Crisis – Don’t let it get to you.

Children and Divorce

When things get ugly, a divorcing couple may use children to try to negotiate the terms of their divorce. Mostly this is done unconsciously. Either way, it is strongly recommendable that every effort is placed to keep children out of the dispute between their parents. Parental disputes can harm mental and emotional development of their … Continue reading Children and Divorce

Thomas Jefferson letter to Judge Spencer Roane

Date: September 6, 1819 The Constitution . . . is a mere thing of wax in the hands of the judiciary which they may twist and shape into any form they please.