Preparing for Separation – 3 Matters to Consider
9 October 2018
Failing to prepare adequately for a divorce (relationship dissolution) often increases costs to both parties, time inconvenience, emotional distress, personal conflict and mental stress. When couples live together for a long time, their lives become intertwined, and this is why it is a bit challenging to get separated or divorced particularly when they have children, and valuable assets have been accumulated during the marriage.
To prepare for a separation and divorce, you must hire qualified divorce lawyers.
What Type of Injuries Are Most Common During a Car Accident?
20 August 2018
Some people say that if you drive an average number of kilometres per year, then you will almost inevitably become involved in an accident at some stage in your driving career. While a modern-day automobile is built to withstand impacts to a large extent, there is only so much that engineers can do, and the occupants could well be injured in the event of a high-speed collision. If you're worried that you may be overdue for your accident based on the law of averages, what type of injuries should you be worried about?
Are You Considering Purchasing a Home From a Family Member?
22 June 2018
It is becoming increasingly frequent for family members to try and keep property within the family for many different reasons. For example, it is often easier to negotiate a sale/purchase from a family member that you know well. You may also be more familiar with the property and therefore more comfortable making the purchase.
However, buying a home from a family member can easily become as complicated as it is simple.
How to Look at Money in a Different Light Following a Separation
8 May 2018
'Money makes the world go 'round', as the old saying goes, but in certain circumstances it can appear to make it stop, as well. If you've separated from a long-term partner or spouse and are trying to unravel all your affairs, money can certainly be one of the most emotive subjects you're likely to encounter. In an ideal world, both parties would walk away from any particular settlement agreement feeling mutually okay, but for one reason or another, this rarely happens.