Should members within a family lend each other money?
Only if you're prepared to forgive the debt with no ill will to maintain the relationship if the borrower refuses to or is unable to pay it back. In otherwords, can you afford to lose the money you are lending? Suing a family member for the debt would only cause strife in the family.
If a person is unemployed he is no able to earn the money and definitly he will cause burden on those family members who are earning. It does not only effects the economic system of a family but a whole country. An unemployed person should start his self business that may help him in earning the money
Your wife is in the army she claims money for separation for your daughter and you but she took the money is that a crime in the Army if it is what is it called?
You need to talk to a lawyer. You should be able to contact a US Army JAG Officer (Lawyer) at a US Army post near you. Be sure to explain that you are the spouse of a US Army service member. The money that servicemembers are allowed for "family separation" is not an entitlement for the family. The money is intended to defray the costs incurred by the servicemember in keeping in contact with family…
Will you be able to pay back loans from family members with money you are about to receive from a death benefit if you file bankruptcy?
It depends. a. If the deceased individual has a legal will, the people mentioned in his will, will be given the money from his account b. If he does not have a legal will, then his legal heirs (spouse and/or children) will be given the money from his account c. If he does not have any spouse or children, then the remaining family members will be given the money
The most prevalent answer by financial advisers is that a person should never loan money to a relative or a friend. I have made loans to both family members and close friends, however I did it with no expectations of having it repaid. It really is a personal decision, with several things to consider, such as the needs or the person asking for the loan, their ability to pay it back, should you get the…
If your family does not have enough money for you to go to an art school like Academy of Art University to learn VFX then what should you do?
I believe it was more of a barter system then a money system. Services were rewarded with food and livestock. If there was no one in the family to provide food then there would be someone doing services for another family in order to get food to survive. The richest family would have many members with livestock and land.
What is the comparison and contrast of the family roles and the view of health health care and illness between the Amish and Mormons?
While the Amish and the members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (the "Mormon" church) have very different lifestyles and religious beliefs, they have similar views on family and health care. Both believe in strong family values and believe that family members should be close and work together for their livelihood. They also focus on more traditional family roles, that the woman's primary focus should be on the home and children, and…