El Dinero: A guide to help you manage your finances and assets in the event you are detained or deported

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Often, only one person is responsible for maintaining the family budget and managing the household’s finances. What if that person is you . . . and you suddenly become detained or deported? What if you leave a child in the care and custody of a friend or relative while you’re detained or after you’re deported? Who will care for the child financially? El Dinero is designed to give the person who would take over your finances (and the person who would care for your child) a clear picture of your household’s financial situation and provide them with confidence to handle your finances (and support your child financially) in a well-organized and legally appropriate manner.

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Published In: Constitutional Law Updates, Finance & Banking Updates, Immigration Updates, Family Law Updates

DISCLAIMER: Because of the generality of this update, the information provided herein may not be applicable in all situations and should not be acted upon without specific legal advice based on particular situations.

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