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Posted on November 20th, 2020

As an increasing number of businesses must make tough decisions regarding if and how their employees should work, we seek to be a helpful resource for employers.  We’ve compiled information from a legal perspective concerning how to move forward in the coming days. You can access our COVID FAQS for Employers packet by clicking the […]

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It’s Ten O’Clock. Do you know where your 18-year-old son or daughter is?

Posted on November 19th, 2020

You probably do not. After all, they’re an adult. They may have started college or a job or moved out of your house. You see them when you’re lucky – for a meal on holidays or maybe when their friends are in town and they do you the favor of stopping by. You never stop […]

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Default Decisions

Posted on November 18th, 2020

This election has really been interesting. Several times I found people who were adamant for one candidate or another, and I would ask what it was about the candidate with which they were so impressed. Interestingly enough, they would talk about the opposing candidate and what they did not like about them. It wasn’t so […]

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Snow Storm

Posted on November 15th, 2020

It snowed again this weekend. Of course, after the last storm, I made plans for this winter. The weather service has predicted colder than normal with higher than normal amounts of snow. After shoveling the driveway and sidewalks after the last storm, I planned. Planning Ahead I talked with the neighbor across the street to […]

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How Does the Court Determine Child Custody?

Posted on November 15th, 2020

Determining Guardianship & Custody Historically, children of divorcing parents would live with their mothers, though the court now awards custody to a child’s primary caregiver. Mothers usually assume this role, making them still more likely than fathers to be their children’s primary custodians. Fortunately, other factors come into play to benefit fathers. Divorce Involving Children […]

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