If you have recently been through a divorce, you know how much your life has change. Perhaps one of the changes that you were hoping for, relief from debt, hasn’t happened to your satisfaction. Divorce and financial stress are closely related so this situation is very common.
Everyone goes through periods in life when cash at hand isn't enough to cover expenses. Whether facing a lay off or an unexpected medical expense, if bills are piling up you may be looking at alternative ways to quickly get additional funds. Best advise is DON'T do a Title Loan. Title and Pay Day loans are one of the quickest ways to find yourself in bankruptcy. Best advise is to start an emergency fund for yourself today. Just $10.00 per week is a great start. Start it and don't touch it.
If you are in the middle of a divorce during the holidays, no doubt you have felt stressed at some point or another. After all, the holidays and a divorce are two stressful events on their own. But when they happen at the same time? You have to deal with arranging a family gathering, preparing a meal, shopping for gifts, meeting with your attorney, reaching a divorce settlement, reaching a custody arrangement…
You spent a lot of time and effort working with your spouse to build a successful business. But now, an event has happened that has thrown the future of the business, and your role in it, up in the air. You and your spouse are divorcing.
When owing a large sum of money, people look for solutions that can help them work through the debt they owe. One option that people may investigate is a debt settlement service.
Couples divorce for many different reasons. Stress and resentment are two factors that can play into the decision to divorce. If you and your spouse are struggling financially, that burden can become almost unbearable. Divorce in itself can be an expensive process. Getting a divorce while already struggling with financial issues can be arduous. The weight of the stress may make you become resentful. It will be hard, but try not to place blame.
It is tough when our children get sick. You never want to see them in pain. It can feel almost helpless as a parent when children fall ill. You do anything and everything you can to help them feel better. You take them to the doctor, give them medicine, comfort them and follow up as much as necessary. Unfortunately, getting sick can come with a hefty price tag. You will spend any amount of money to help your child feel better, but knowing that bills are stacking up can be extra daunting.