3 Signs You Were Wrongfully Terminated

The loss of your employment will be challenging. However, if the loss of employment stems from a wrongful matter, the loss can be even more devastating. Unfortunately, many people experience wrongful termination that should be addressed legally. With this guide and an attorney, you will learn a few surefire signs you were wrongfully terminated. Discrimination If you were fired because of your race, that is definitely discrimination and a definite sign that you can initiate a wrongful termination lawsuit. [Read More]

Tips To Help You Divorce On A Budget

Many people know that divorce costs money, but did you know that you can determine how much your divorce costs? Here are some of the measures you can take to keep your divorce costs down. Don't Go To Court If you decide to go to court, you must prepare to shoulder litigation fees, court filing fees, expert witness fees, and other fees that come with a litigated divorce. If you don't agree on many issues with your spouse, the divorce can drag on for a long time and even cost more money. [Read More]

Want To Move After Your Divorce? What To Consider When Kids Are Involved

If your divorce has recently finalized, you may be considering moving to a new town to start over again. However, this decision becomes much more complicated when there are children involved. Here are some things to consider when you are taking this big step to move when you have custody over your children. The Emotional Problems When you have a child that is moving far away from their mom or dad, they will need some help dealing with the changes. [Read More]

Ways To Handle A Child's Education Debt During A Divorce

The division of assets during a divorce is a topic that many couples think about considerably, but it's easy to overlook how you'll divide your debts, too. This is an important subject to go over with each other — or, if you're having trouble communicating in a civil manner, to raise with your respective divorce lawyers. One particularly challenging situation is when you have a child in post-secondary education and you've accrued significant education debt, which could be several thousands of dollars, depending on how much of the bill you're covering for your child. [Read More]