While a great number of relationships will split up between their first and second year, many will persist for many years or even decades. If both parties can not agree or do not believe in the traditions of marriage, they might still be regarded under the law as in a meretricious
Have you submitted a disability benefits claim and are waiting to hear whether or not it’s been approved? Unfortunately, the odds are stacked against you. Only 23% of Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) claims are approved at the initial application stage. Sometimes, even less if you did not use a
As 13 million people across the country experience Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) in some form, there are many highly-functioning people actively managing their disability on a daily basis. Likewise, there are many more who are unaware they may have PTSD or do not know how to go about getting treatment and
While nearly 70% of millennials expect some kind of inheritance from family members, only about 40% end up getting one. Those whose family have decided on disinheriting a child could be in for a bigger surprise. Here is everything you need to understand about the process and the concept. Why Disinherit a
In this Spotlight On blog article, we asked Nicole Nimens to talk about Domestic Violence Awareness Month and how the YWCA is committed to Ending the Silence around domestic violence and supporting victims and survivors.
You’re Invited! We will be presenting an interactive lecture about the critical information every parent needs to know how to protect their family should Mom or Dad become incapacitated or pass away. You can’t afford to miss this opportunity! See you there!
Living with back pain can be immensely hard and, at times, all but impossible. For those who suffer from pseudoclaudication, dealing with extreme back pain is a daily struggle. The cramping in the lower back, hips, and legs can lead to individuals having to cause you to put your entire life
When you think about it, planning your estate is not about dying. It’s about managing and protecting your assets, and who gets to control them, while you are living. If you become incapacitated, having an incapacity plan in with your overall estate plan ensures that your best interests are clear. It