There are times when a parent may be entitled to collect child support for a child, but still would choose not to do so. Here is a list of the statements that we usually hear: “I don’t want any child support because my ex is dangerous or a bad influence, and I don’t want him around my child. S/he probably won’t visit if we don’t ask for child support.” “I can make it on my … [Read more...] about What if you Don’t WANT Child Support for Your Child?
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Premarital agreements are also called Prenuptial Agreements, or “Prenups”. Most couples who decide on a premarital agreement do so for one or more of the following reasons; a) there is a disparity in their assets; b) there is a disparity in the amount of debts owed; c) they want to preserve all or a portion of the premarital assets for their already existing children; and/or d) to meet … [Read more...] about Do YOU Need a Premarital Agreement?
If a creditor wants to sue, they must do so within the time periods allowed by law. This time period varies from state to state. However, even if this time period has run, a consumer may “reactivate” the debt by taking certain actions. (Such as promising to pay, corresponding about it, making a small payment, or sometimes even discussing it with a creditor.) Beware of speaking to … [Read more...] about What Everyone Should Know About Paying “Old Debts”