Legal Things Parents Should Know

Real estate, divorce, wills, adoptions…modern life can be so confusing. You probably know you could hire an attorney to help you with these things, but is it even possible to do all this with an attorney—without breaking the bank, that is?

Luckily, this book is designed to inform parents of when and why they should see an attorney. It provides legal information on many different topics parents are likely to experience, so they have the background knowledge needed in making these important decisions. The topics covered include everything from creating wills and trusts; obtaining guardianship over parents or minor children; adoptions; divorces; premarital and post marital agreements; purchasing real estate; and starting businesses. It’s straightforward and somewhat lighthearted, so the reader will hopefully not fall asleep. Above all, the information will be useful to anyone trying to tackle these important milestones.

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