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April 2019 Archives

Social Security Disability Insurance program to last thru 2052

On April 22, the Social Security Administration (SSA) made an announcement that should serve as good new for disability benefits recipients. They announced that its disability trust fund should be able to support recipients for another 20 years.

Under what circumstances can Michigan parenting time be modified?

One of the first steps parents in Trenton take after deciding to end their marriage is to have a Michigan judge enter a temporary custody order in their case. A mom or dad who isn't awarded primary custody of their son or daughter is referred to as the non-custodial parent. How much parenting time they'll be given with their child depends on a variety of factors.

Odds of divorce go up with these risk factors

Wondering what the odds are that you'll get divorced? It's impossible to pin them down exactly, of course. While many people are fond of saying that half of all marriages end in divorce, this does not take into account the many different factors that impact every unique relationship. It's not as simple as saying that one out of every two couples will split up.

Young people who won't get an inheritance still expect one

Not everyone gets an inheritance. However, many people expect their parents to leave them something. What is perhaps most concerning is that more children expect an inheritance than the number of parents who expect to give them one.

When is it better to walk away from an affordable house?

Looking for the right home is not easy. There are many factors to consider beyond your wish list. Among these is finding a great home at a price within your budget. It is not out of the question to find a really good deal on a house you love. However, it is prudent to be aware that a good deal may not be as good as it looks.