If you are struggling with debt, know that you are not the only one in Roswell dealing with this issue. Many of those that we here at the Sanders Law Firm have worked with in the past are in your same situation: hard-working people that have seen various life events leaving them facing inordinate expenses. Oftentimes, your debt dilemma can become so great that fixing it on your own is no longer a realistic option. In such a case, a personal bankruptcy may be your best chance at reclaiming a healthy financial outlook.
No one in Albuquerque or Roswell wants to leave a Fourth of July celebration and get directed to a DUI checkpoint.
You have probably been told by many in Roswell that it is never too early to start your estate planning. Considering the potential of your death is never a fun exercise, yet as we here at the Sanders Law Firm tell clients, estate planning is more for your beneficiaries then it is for you. The fear is that they will dispute the ownership of your estate, and that your death might prove to divisive amongst your family members. This inevitably prompts the question of what happens if you die without a will.
When the sun is shining and the roads in Roswell are clear, everyone may a good driver. Yet introduce poor conditions into the equation, and suddenly things may get a little more dicey for those on the road. To some, the need to adjust one's driving patterns to account for changing road conditions might seem quite clear, yet it is not that way for others. They may trust enough in their driving skills that they believe whatever sort of obstacle the road or weather throws at them, they will be able to handle. Sadly, such drivers are often proven wrong.
Getting through a divorce is tough enough without having to continually live on the edge emotionally in the aftermath. If children are involved, it is even worse for them and of course, you want to minimize their pain. If you are going through a divorce, the legal team at Sanders Law Firm knows it can be an emotional roller-coaster. We have helped many clients in this situation and we have some ideas that can help you co-parent through the tough times.
We make a will to ensure that our assets and sentimental items go to the people who we want to have them. But what happens when we are no longer able to make clear decisions? What happens if someone else enters the picture and convinces us to change our will and leave everything, or most everything, to him or her?