I know that it’s been a long time since I’ve written here, but I wanted to share something that my wife and I have had to deal with quite a bit recently. My wife’s father is dying of cancer and we’ve been trying to figure out how to support and care for her mother.
Well as it turns out, your spouse is not the only one who can make a difference for your dad. You can be the first to go to any hospital and see that his medication has been administered. Or you can send money right away so you can make sure that the medicine is always available. The list is pretty long and can be found through the links below.
I think this is a very important one. If you have a spouse, and they’re on the verge of death, you can send a check to their account immediately. If you don’t have a spouse, or you’re not sure if your spouse has money, you can request that they send you money. You can do all of these things and still have the money for your spouse, it has no effect on your loved one, and it doesn’t affect your own credit.
In fact, I have this blog entry where I explain more in depth how to do this.
While the idea of requesting money is very powerful, you need to be careful. I would never request money from my spouse, because if my wife is dying, she wouldn’t want to see me go into debt. I would request a bank wire though, because it is an actual request that the other party needs to know about. I would never ask my spouse to send me money, not because I think he should have the money, just because I don’t think he’ll pay it back.
A spouse is a very important person. He/she needs to know about finances. I think the other party needs to know about how I am going to support my wife and children. That is the best way for me to be able to know what my future will look like. It might seem like I am asking for money, but it isnt.
Spousal support is a common request in most marriages. Its only really taken really seriously when one spouse is struggling financially. For the other spouse, the thought is that what you do will help you both be financially stable in the future. In other words, your spouse might not need the money, but you just need to know in advance.
The same is true with spousal support in marriage. You might not need to know what your spouse is going to do, but you do need to know what you in your own life are going to do. It may not be obvious, but in the long run, the person that supports you in your marriage is going to be doing well. I have been married to a wonderful man for ten years and have never been able to afford a divorce.
If that sounds like a lot to you, then I suggest you try to save your money for a much better time to get married. There are many reasons why you might need to get support. Maybe you don’t have enough money to pay for your spouse’s expenses, or they have gone on an emotional journey that has taken them away from you. Maybe you’re going through a divorce and you’re just not feeling the love.
Yeah, that sounds pretty tough. So what can you do? First of all you can try to save as much as you can, not spending any money on yourself. Second, if you are having a hard time with your partner, you can try to get in touch with them through another means. Maybe they are getting together and you can bring them into your life for a short time. Maybe they are in a long-term relationship that is ending and you can help them sort out their problems.