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Estate planning is important even if one doesn't have kids

People who do not have children or close family members often think that there is no need to engage in estate planning-their assets will go to their spouse and they do not have to prepare any other documents. However, estate planning encompasses more than just a will and testament-there are other events that should be covered in one's plans, situations that anyone can find themselves in.

Parenting plans should cover schedules and holidays

Though it is difficult to fathom, a divorce means that children involved will no longer be spending their whole time under one roof with both their parents. Instead, their time, school events and holidays will be split between parents. One way to create a successful agreement about how time will be divided and child custody is handled is by creating a parenting plan.

What factors may keep you from legally owning a firearm?

Many people want to own a firearm for different reasons. You may feel the need to own one for personal protection, or perhaps, you enjoy hunting game during the applicable seasons. No matter the reason, the purchase and possession of a firearm must adhere to the law, or you could face serious legal consequences.

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