No matter how close you are to your parents, it can be very difficult to discuss certain topics with them, like the topics of estate planning and end-of-life care choices. Because of this, many adult children never talk to their parents about things like their wills, trusts or advanced care directives.
Running your own business can be a massive endeavor, whether you are just starting up or you have been operating for generations. And no matter how long you have been operating, there is the potential for legal issues to arise and threaten the future of your business.
In recognition of their first-amendment rights, as well as their general importance to American culture, the U.S. government has enacted special tax laws that apply to churches and other religious organizations. Specifically, these entities are typically exempt from having to pay income tax and, likewise, are usually able to receive tax-exempt contributions.
Parents spend their lives trying to protect their kids and make life better for them. And these efforts can last long after a parent passes away if he or she has in place a comprehensive estate plan.
Making the decision to adopt a stepchild is one of the greatest things a stepparent can do. And while it may be an easy decision based on the parent-child relationship that has been built, the legal process can be more complicated.
Facing the stress of divorce may be many Tennessee residents' worst nightmare. However, when children are involved in these proceedings, parents may want to remember that their kids can also face a considerable deal of stress during this time. Therefore, individuals concerned with custody and other areas of family law should determine how to potentially make the situation easier on their children.