In fact, many people feel bored of working at office and doing the same activities every day. But I think it doesn’t apply for women. Women never show their fatigue even though they also feel tired – men are more expressive. Thus, women are great, right? Women never complain about doing many activities, such as: working at office, taking care of children, cooking in the kitchen, cleaning house, etc. Continue reading »
It’s not uncommon for new stepmothers to be involved in legal battles between households during their first year of marriage—battles regarding requests for more child support and fights over custody or visitation. Sometimes this happens because a couple doesn’t wait long enough to marry and Dad is still working out postdivorce arrangements with his ex. Continue reading »
At this time, her stepchildren are not mentioned in her will because she and her husband have been married only a year. She plans to add them once she and Travis have been together for ten years. She also plans to reassess her will from time to time to make sure it’s fair. Her biggest concern is that if she has any biological children with her husband, she would want that baby to feel as if it had siblings. Continue reading »
Stepmoms are all over the board when it comes to estate planning. Because stepchildren are not included in inheritance laws, you have to clearly spell out where you want your money to go after you die. If you do not mention your stepchildren in the will, they do not exist in your world as far as the legal system is concerned. This is a relationship of choice. Continue reading »
It can be scary to talk about money, but once you do it and can put into place a plan that works for both you and your husband, you’ll find it easier to get through any challenges that come your way in the future.
If you’re resentful of the money that goes to your husband’s children, you’re going to have a major problem. They are a part of his life, and you have to realize that he has a responsibility to help them become successful adults. Continue reading »