If you have recently reached out to your family law attorney for help with an ex who is not properly following your child custody agreement, your attorney may have told you that, before you can take the issue to court, you need documentation to show the trend and to prove that there is a problem. If you're wondering how to go about this documentation process, this is the post for you.
Are you currently trying to make a plan for your estate after you pass away, and you've reached the point where you need to pick an executor? If so, it will help to follow these 5 tips that will guide your choice.
Pick A Close Family Member
It is always a good idea to pick a close family member if possible to be the executor of your estate. Many people decide to pick one of their children in this instance, but you may want to pick a sibling if a child is not possible.