Dealing With Probate In Three Quick Steps

The issue of probate and what it means seldom arises until someone dies, and therefore no one gives much thought to dealing with it. That can change quickly, however, particularly if you've been named as the personal representative (executor) of a deceased person's estate. Estate attorneys do exist, but it can be immensely helpful to have a basic understanding of what will happen during the probate process. Read on to see the three quick steps that comprise probate. Read More 

Common Mistakes in Choosing a Guardian for Your Children

As a parent, the last thing you want to think about is what your minor children will do without you in the event of your death. While most people expect their children to outlive them, the thought of dying when the kids are still dependent on you can be heartbreaking and overwhelming. It is important, however, to give this some thought, however unlikely it may be that you do not survive to see them grow into adulthood. Read More 

Avoid The Winter Blues During Your Divorce

can be especially difficult for people going through a divorce. These tips will help you beat the winter blues, so you can keep up your morale during the long, emotionally difficult months of winter. Exercise People tend to exercise less when the weather outside is bad, but this can be a mistake. Exercise can help to improve your mood, supports good sleeping patterns and also helps to clear your head. If you're unable to exercise at home, get a gym membership for the colder months. Read More 

Children, Debts & Assets: How A Family Lawyer Can Make The Divorce Process Smoother

Do you share children, debts and assets with a spouse that you intend on divorcing? It is in your best interest to hire a lawyer, like those at Strother Law Office, to help you get through the divorce in the smoothest manner possible, especially if your spouse contests the divorce. A family lawyer may be able to help your spouse agree to some of the things disputed without having to leave it up to a judge, which could end up being a long process. Read More