Financial Service Providers: Child

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Need Help Finding a Financial Planner and Trust Lawyer

Hi everyone! Does anyone have any good recommendations for a financial planner and/or trust lawyer? I just had my first child and my husband and I need to get our lives in order. I live in the Broomfield/Brighton area. Thanks so much! K.

Banks

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Gift Ideas for a 5 Year Old Girl

Two weeks ago my family moved to a new state. We have only had a chance to meet a couple of our neighbors. One of which invited us to her 5 year old daughter's birthday this coming weekend. She thought it would be a great chance for us to meet the other neighbors. The birthday is a come and go as you please party in their yard. They will also be inviting other neighbors from the surrounding few blocks. I also think this is a great opportunity to become part of our new neighborhood. I have only one child, a 22 month old son, so I have...

Family Law

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My Friend Needs a Good Divorce Lawyer

They were married for 4 years with two little girls by now. Well he slapped his wife for a good reason, but only happened once. Now he is sorry and he wants to get back with the wife and the kids, but she won't. He also doesn't have a lawyer and he came to US 4 years ago. He doesn't know a lot of people since he was a stay at home dad. His wife always worked (she is a nurse) and he had to deal with the kids. His wife didn't let him go and fine a job, so he just stayed home. After all this happened his wife kicked him out. He didn't have any...

Retirement Planning

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Retirement vs College

Since there is a tension about this on the board, let's actually discuss it. Do you save more for retirement or for your kids college? Or do you save for both? And how much? What percent of your income goes to both? We save roughly 15% for retirement, and this does not include the extra 6% hubby's company throws in. Now, we do put money in an IRA, so this money will be used for either college or retirement, depending on need. We are doing well, and appear to be on track for retiring at 67. This does not take into consideration my...