When you hear your parents discussing their estate plan, you may not immediately think about beginning to coordinate your own plan for the future. In fact, you are not alone because many people in North Carolina associate an estate plan with people who are retiring or who make a considerable amount of money.
Driving in a responsible manner is one of the tacit agreements involved in the use of public roadways. The community funds the construction and maintenance of roads, and community members agree to collectively abide by the rules set to keep the roadways as safe as possible.
Putting off estate planning is a common practice. Not many people want to think about when they die. When you do finally work up the mental tenacity to address your legacy, you might assume that the process is done once you commit your intentions to writing. However, the truth is that your estate plan or last will shouldn't just be something you take care of once and then forget.
For some people, divorce can be a challenging process, bringing courtroom stress, financial concerns about alimony or property division and fears regarding custody and how the divorce may affect kids. However, it is very important to remember that divorce can affect other aspects of life as well, both on a professional and personal level. For example, someone may experience problems at work due to their divorce or they may lose interest in activities and hobbies that they have enjoyed for many years.