Tea parties, baseball games and homework are all an important part of a child's life. In some Michigan families, both parents are available to participate in and be a part of these activities on a daily basis. However, in other families, these activities are often split between the parents as the result of divorce.
Planning for the future takes on many forms. Creating a will and deciding who will inherit what assets is just a part of the estate planning process for many Michigan individuals. Perhaps one of the most important parts of this process is planning for what needs to happen and who should make decisions if one is no longer able to make them.
Planning for the future takes on many forms. Many families plan for college, vacations and even the purchase of their dream home. One other type of planning Michigan families need to consider is estate planning.
The details have been finalized and the big day is approaching. As the Michigan couple prepares to exchange their vows, they also need to prepare to protect their future. The number of marriages that end in divorce suggests that a prenuptial agreement is an essential document in protecting one's future.