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In debt? The right help does make a difference

It can be difficult to imagine yourself going through bankruptcy, especially if you were always good at managing your money. You may be distressed over the fact that you lost your job, became disabled or suffered other problems that caused you to fall behind on your bills.

Teen angst: When teens get caught up in divorce

Teens are going through fragile years in their lives. Disruptions can seem like the end of the world, even if nothing really changes. Teens are among the most difficult people to talk to during divorces, too. Though they understand what's happening, they also may have the independence to stay away from home, participating in more school events or staying overnight with friends.

How to tell your teenage children about your divorce

Divorce is a difficult process for every member of your family, especially your children. Teenagers are especially vulnerable during the end of a marriage. Talking about your divorce to your teens can be a difficult task. Teens are mature enough to understand the basic situation, but they still lack full emotional development. 

Chapter 13 bankruptcy could be the right choice for you

Bankruptcy isn't always easy, but it can be the right solution for some people who are struggling with money. Whether you're still working and are trying hard to make ends meet or cannot work as a result of your circumstances, it's important to know if and when bankruptcy may be the right choice for you.

Even toddlers need to know what's happening during divorce

The end of a marriage is tough but having to get your kids through it is often more difficult. They may not be old enough to understand why mom or dad isn't living in the same home any longer. They might not understand why you argue or can't spend time together.

3 misunderstandings about bankruptcy

Bankruptcy is a loaded term. It may invoke feelings of fear or confusion. This is especially true because there are so many widely-held misconceptions about bankruptcy. Many of the things you hear about bankruptcy from others are simply not true.

Disabilities threaten marriages in the United States

With so many people celebrating the fact that they can now marry into a same-sex marriage legally throughout the United States, it may seem shocking that some of these individuals would feel forced to divorce. Like other married couples, some people in a same-sex relationship now face a problem. If they have a disability and need Medicaid, they may have to divorce.

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