Experts say that individuals should have a year’s worth of living expenses stuffed into their savings account in case of an emergency. It’s hard to imagine saving just a few months’ worth of pay–much less an entire year’s worth. However, there are some easy methods you can use to build a savings account that will continually draw interest and will be there in case of an emergency.
A mother may become a single parent through divorce, widowhood or an estrangement from the father of her child. A single mother’s rights regarding such important issues as custody, child support or visitation can vary from state to state. Having a clear understanding of these rights is vital. Rights in family law will first consider the needs and rights of the child over the wants and demands of either parent. Ideally, the best interests of the child should be the primary criteria in all decision making.