Most people look at filing a bankruptcy as the end. They typically believe that accepting what feels like an extreme solution marks the end of their lifestyle, the end of their good name and the end of ever having access to credit again.
In 2014, Colorado's 10th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that the Defense of Marriage Act was unconstitutional. When they did, it gave those involved in same-sex relationships the right to marry. It also left many long-term couples questioning what impact, if any, that the elimination of the law from the books would have on them if they looked to split up.
Bankruptcy may be the course of action you need to take to get your financial standing in check. However, the impact of filing for bankruptcy follows you for quite some time.
It's still common for people to get married without signing a prenuptial agreement even after hearing all the horror stories that come with every divorce in the Lakewood area. A prenuptial agreement can wind up saving you thousands of dollars and quite a lot of stress. Let's take a look at some surprising reasons why you should sign a prenup.
At the time of your divorce, you and your former spouse put together a child custody agreement that has worked and satisfied you both for the most part. Now you want to modify that agreement. Do you have a valid reason? What will the court decide?
If financial issues contributed to the end of your marriage, you're not alone. A little under a quarter of divorces are caused by money problems and/or disagreements between spouses involving money.
Most parents have to deal with a child who's a picky eater at some point. As kids grow up and learn how to assert their opinions, they may rebel against eating the healthy foods their parents serve them in the hope of getting something tastier.