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Jul 18, 2014

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One of the most difficult aspects of divorce when you have children can be the process of explaining to them what is happening and reassuring them that they are still loved.

Elementary school teacher and author Joanna Rowland recently published a children's book that touches upon this subject called, "Always Mom, Forever Dad.


Jul 09, 2014

Question:elisabeth flemming attorney nevada

My husband and the mother of his child have a parenting plan. The child is three years old and goes to daycare.

When it is my husband's parenting time, it is often more convenient for me (the new wife) to pick up the child because I work closer to the daycare than he does. However, his ex prohibits us from doing this and claims she has the right of first refusal.

Is she correct? Is there anything we can do to modify or change this?


Jun 24, 2014

skills guys know

To be a well-rounded guy, it’s important to have certain skills under your proverbial belt. In addition to the basics like knowing how to get and keep a job, pump gas and remembering to call your mom on Mother’s Day, the following seven skills — in no particular order — are things that every man wants to possess:

Set up a Ladder Safely

Anyone who has ever dangled precariously from the top rung of a ladder while his neighbor or roommate admonishes him to be careful knows how important this skill is. To stay as safe as possible while painting the house or doing other work that requires a ladder, do everyone a favor and learn how to use it properly.


May 28, 2014

Question:maura boogay attorney pennsylvania new jersey

As a teacher, I have several weeks off of work during the summer. In this time, I can watch my children rather than send them to daycare. 

Since I could otherwise be seeking supplemental income or unpaid professional development, if I watch the kids during these days, does this change the amount of childcare costs I pay? 

Does my ex then need to pay the difference?


May 23, 2014

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By Katie Davis

Joe Salesky is known for securing the first patent to web conferencing, creating numerous web tools like FreeMonee and serving as a forward thinker in the world of software technology. 


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