Everyone knows weddings can be expensive. But getting divorced can cost almost as much. Fortunately, it doesn’t have to be so costly. If you and your partner can agree on significant issues, you can end your marriage for less — maybe even on the cheap.
A power of attorney is a legal document you can use to give someone the authority to act on your behalf. Many people create their power of attorney as part of their estate plans, but it has many uses outside of end-of-life planning. Read on to learn how and when to create a power of attorney (POA).
Divorce is a trying time financially as well as emotionally. Fortunately, there are things you can do — and avoid doing — to help keep the process moving and potentially reduce the cost. As you work with your spouse to divide up your life together, here’s what not to do.
You know how important it is to protect your personal identity. But are you taking similar precautions to protect your business’s identity from theft? You should be. Learn how you can protect your business from identity theft, and what you should do if your business becomes a victim.
The Fair Housing Act protects most homebuyers, mortgage applicants, and renters from discrimination based on membership in certain protected classes, including race and sex. Find out whether you’re protected by the law and what you have to do to abide by it.
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