Everyone has family members, either close or distant relations. Some may no longer be around, but problems and conflicts do arise. Some people are lucky to have well-knit family ties, while others live in a dysfunctional family.
Besides all that, we all eventually have to deal with death in the family. And this involves various legal situations as well.
I've had my share of family matters to attend to, and I write about them in an effort to help others who may experience the same problems.
If you know anyone who has lost a family member to a religious cult such as Scientology, this personal story offers inspiration to help get him or her out.
You can achieve closure after losing a loved one with my unique approach that uses virtual communication.
My Aunt's wishes were to be cremated and have her ashes scattered in the ocean. This is a photo review of the burial ceremony carrying out her wishes.
Courts may deny probate of a deceased holocaust survivor when there are no blood relatives, even if there is a Will. This personal experience will shock you.
This article serves as a guide for the caring of an elderly relative, hiring aides, dealing with agencies, and more, based on my personal experience.
Instead of rebuilding in high-risk areas, I discuss applying the Homestead Act as a solution for people whose lives are disrupted by a natural disaster.
Anthology of responses to my research where people shared their misfortunes and hardships experienced in life, and how they moved past the challenges.