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  • Caring for children of divorce requires different parenting skills than when you were married. Your children are in a new living situation that confuses and scares them, while you are adjusting to expanded parental responsibilities. Though not a…
  • One of the most common concerns people have in a divorce is who is going to keep the house they have been living in during their marriage. The answer to that question can vary in each case depending on the facts of that particular case. This blog…
  • Before you sign any agreement regarding your rights in a child custody and timesharing situation, it is important to understand fully exactly what you are agreeing to do. If the terms of an agreement include provisions that clearly encompass a move…
  • Most motorcyclists have a checklist they go through every time they head out. Pre-ride inspections usually involve making sure the bike is generally in good working order, the portable GPS is queued up, and they have all of the proper gear, such as…
  • What's your guess as to how many New Jersey residents have an MMJ card? The answer might surprise you, as there are only about 15,000 patients registered for New Jersey's medical marijuana program. Now that more conditions have increased eligibility,…
  • For Immediate Release Contact: Cindy Rose, director@wrchickory.org May 8, 2018 Workshop WRC Workshop Addresses 'Legal Aspects of Separation & Divorce' HICKORY — Women facing separation or divorce need to understand how the legal and…
  • The big topic among Texas lawyers this week is the Texas Day of Civility in Law, fashioned by joint proclamation by the Texas Supreme Court and Court of Criminal Appeals, the two highest courts in our state. Civility is supposed to be at the core of…
  • Under New Jersey child support laws the parent of primary residence should not gain extra money via child support due to "incidental" beyond what is necessary for the child to enjoy a lifestyle that they would expect to have due to the high amount of…
  • What is Alzheimer's Disease? Alzheimer's disease is defined as an irreversible, progressive mental deterioration that can occur in middle or old age. It is the most common form of dementia. What causes Alzheimer's Disease? Alzheimer's disease is…
  • From the Indiana Lawyer: The practice of law can be dangerous, especially when attorneys represent parties in emotionally charged cases. But lawyers have long found solace in their homes — havens they say could be violated by a proposed…
  • Divorces and child custody cases come in all shapes and varieties. Our firm has been representing clients experiencing these family transitions for over twenty years and one thing that has remained the same is that every case deserves its own special…
  • Divorce can be a tough conversation to have with your children. We talked to two adults who were open about their childhood and what it looked like going between their birth parents. These are their stories about child custody and what they had to…
  • "Could you become a high-conflict person's (HCP's) Target of Blame? If you're not watchful and careful, yes. HCPs generally pick on people they are close to or people in authority positions. These close personal or supervisory relationships usually…
  • You and your boyfriend are having a heated argument with a close male friend you have. Your boyfriend claims that your friend likes you in an intimate manner and demands that you stop talking to him immediately. This frowned upon friendship dates…
  • Linda appeared on 1210 WPHT in Philadelphia recently to discuss Constitutional Law and Voting issues. You can listen to the podcasts here and here.Talk Radio WPHT
  • The Ontario Court of Appeal has overturned an earlier decision by an Ontario judge which compelled the mother of two children who had taken her children from England to Canada to return the children to their father in England. The Court found that…
  • On April 18, 2018, almost four months after the South Carolina Supreme Court remanded the appeal of Stoney v. Stoney back to the Court of Appeals to apply the correct standard of review, the Supreme Court issued a revised opinion clarifying that…
  • A Toronto man and his parents have been on trial this week after pleading guilty to multiple charges stemming from an arranged marriage that ended within three months. The man pleaded not guilty to ten counts of sexual assault, three […] The…
  • Estate planning is important for people of all ages, but as we age, the need for planning becomes even more critical. Many people avoid estate planning, because they do not want to think about the end of life, failing health or disability. Others…
  • By: Tharwat Fahoum Lovett, Life Coach Marriage is a journey not a destination. The moment you walk across the threshold of marriage you are faced with new, uncharted terrain that you and your new partner must now face together. Sometimes, for a…