You face frequent communication from badgering creditors. They call you on your cell phone on your way to work, when you spend time with your family and even while you grocery shop. The contact makes you nervous, as you know you owe substantial debt, and you just wish to have relief from the daily reminders of your owed money.
If your co-parent has primary physical custody of your kids and you have been granted visitation rights, it's understandable that you may be frustrated by your inability to spend as much time with them as you'd like. Whether the arrangement is one that you and your co-parent agreed on (perhaps because you have moved some distance away) or it's been ordered by a court, it's essential to help your kids understand the arrangement and to make the most of your time with them.
If you feel like you're already drowning in credit-card debt, the Federal Reserve's plan to increase interest rates twice before 2018 is over isn't welcome news. Credit-card holders could be seeing the first of these rate hikes reflected in their interest rates as early as next month.
Halloween is still weeks away. However, if you're a divorced parent sharing custody of your kids, you know that everything requires a little more planning than it used to.
Heading back to school is both exciting and nerve-wracking for all children and parents. However, adoptive parents recognize that their child may face unique challenges.
If you're struggling with debt and looking for a solution, you may be considering working with a debt settlement company. These companies claim to negotiate with your creditors to get them to agree to a lower payoff amount or to forgive the debt completely.