Nursing Home Neglect Is a Form of Abuse!

Nursing home neglect falls under the umbrella of abuse, although the two words have distinct meanings. While abuse involves doing things to another than can be physically and emotionally hurtful, neglect involves omission, that is, omitting to do things that promote emotional and physical well-being.

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Why You Shouldn't Apologize After an Accident

Being involved in a traffic accident can be scary and stressful. Many people don’t know what to do, and if they feel like they were in the wrong, they might apologize and say something like, “I’m sorry, I didn’t see you,” or, “I just wasn’t paying attention.” While apologizing seems to be a natural urge for many people who think they have just caused an accident, it is important to avoid this tendency. Why?

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Violation of a Family Law Court Order

Court orders in family law cases are final and binding. This means that both parties must abide by the stipulations set forth in the court order. Whether the court order pertains to child custody and visitation, spousal support, division of assets and property, or other family law or divorce matters, both parties must perform the necessary functions as regulated in the order.

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How Do I Get Through Work During My Divorce?

As both spouses begin the transitioning into their new, separate lives, divorce can be an uncertain and trying time. Although some people might feel excitement and joy during this transition period, others experience overwhelming feelings of anxiety and loneliness.

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Teen Driver Accidents

Car accidents are common for people of any age group, though they occur far more often for teens, specifically from the ages of 16 to 19. The unfortunate reality is that motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death for teens in the United States.

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What to Include in Your Parenting Plan

If you share kids with your ex-spouse, creating a parenting plan as you move forward is a crucial piece in your family’s future. Having a parenting plan in place will shed some clarity on the roles you and your ex will have as well as any expectations involving how you plan to raise your children, which can help avoid any petty arguments.

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