How Can You Make Your Spouse Move Out?

Your married relationship is coming to an end and living in the same house is causing you and your spouse a lot of strife. If you are like a lot of married couples, you and your significant other own the place, so how can you make your spouse leave if you are emotionally exhausted from having them around, and divorce is imminent? Unfortunately, kicking out a spouse who has just as much of a right to live in the house is you is not an easy feat. [Read More]

Buying A Home? All About Contingency Clauses

Buying a home is a complex process and one in which you must consider a lot of variables. One important concept to keep mind when getting ready to purchase a house involves contingencies. These are conditions or clauses you place into a contract to protect you from any potential problems. This article examines some of the most important contingencies to consider putting into a home-buying agreement. Inspection One contingency clause you should absolutely insist upon is having the property inspected before the sale is final. [Read More]

In It Together: What To Know About Shared Custody

For divorcing couples, there have never been more choices when it comes to child custody. Now often referred to as parenting plans, the parenting configurations available mean more choice but can also mean more confusion for parents trying to make a decision. Shared custody is one of the traditional choices, and there is a good reason for its popularity. Read on to find out about shared, or 50/50, parenting and see if it's the best choice for your family going forward. [Read More]

More Medical Proof: The Social Security CME

When a medical condition has made it impossible for you to work at your job you may be able to get Social Security benefits. This program provides monthly payments to those who are too sick or hurt to work, but you must be prepared to show proof of your medical condition. When the Social Security Administration (SSA) requires more information about your medical issue, they may request that you undergo a consultative medical exam (CME). [Read More]