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If you’re like us, then you’re probably looking at 2024 with some slight trepidation on what exactly the new year will have to offer. And believe us, we get it. Entering the new year can feel as daunting as it is exciting when we don’t know exactly what the year has in store for us.
Going through a divorce can be a difficult time for all parties involved. On top of all the adjustments you must now make in your personal life, there are plenty of practical matters that must be handled as well - including your insurance.
If you’ve recently given birth (or are currently expecting) - then congratulations! We know how exciting and stressful this time can be for any parent, and we just hope your sleep schedule isn’t too out of whack.
The personal property coverage on your homeowners, renters, or condo insurance policy is there to protect all your belongings, but some high-value items may be subject to certain limitations. So what happens when your beautiful inherited china collection gets stolen, or your brand new engagement ring accidently falls down the drain?
It’s not uncommon to think you don’t need renter’s insurance. Since you don’t own the property you rent, damages from what happens to it shouldn’t be up for you to pay for, right? Well …not exactly. While your landlord’s policy protects the building you live in, your personal belongings are not covered under that policy. You also aren’t protected in any way from getting sued by others.