- An Easy Formula to Determine If Your Spouse Deserves Alimony or Support: The Debt-to-Asset Ratio
- I Can’t Pay My Bills! Which Spouse Is REALLY In the Better Financial Position?
- I’ve Been Rear-Ended! How Fast Was That Other Car Going? Here’s the Formula.
- Alimony: How Much Can I Pay Now To Buy My Way Out of It Forever?
- Damages for Interfering With Your Real Property Rights. What’s It Worth?
- So Your Tenant Screwed You. There’s a Formula for That!
- If You’ve Mastered the Magic of 72, You’re Ready to Seize the Secret of 70!
- Happy Financial Independence Day! How Long Will It Take to Double Your Money?
- Guess What? You’re Buying Me a New House. How To Calculate Damages Using the Cost Approach.
Category Archives: Legal Formulas
What if you won the lottery tomorrow, and your jackpot was $60,000 a year for 15 years? That would come to $900,000! But, of course, you would have to wait 15 years to collect it all. What if you could … Continue reading
Present value is the opposite of future value but can be calculated using the same formula.(For a review of future value, see our earlier post on January 14, 2012). Instead of asking what value present-day money will have in the … Continue reading
You’ve been sued and you’re going to lose the case. Perhaps you should settle the case now and cut your losses. The only problem is that you can’t pay the damages in one lump sum; you’ll need to pay them … Continue reading