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When Your Teen’s Bad Behavior Becomes A Crime: What Every Parent Should Know

As a parent, you love your teen and want to protect them, but sometimes that can mean protecting them from themselves. In an age where technology can blur the lines between right and wrong, it can be difficult to make sure your teenager is staying out of trouble, but some teenage behavior can be more than just troublesome; it could land your teen in jail. Here's what every parent and their teens need to know about the criminal consequences of some bad teenage behaviors. Read More 

3 Tips For Successfully Co-Parenting During The Holidays

Co-parenting hasn't been easy, but you and your former spouse are finally starting to find your groove. With the holidays approaching, you might be feeling a little sad at the prospect of being separated from your kids and are wondering how you will make it through. Don't spend the holidays feeling bitter and depressed and instead, here are a few tips to help you survive your first time co-parenting your kids during the Christmas season: Read More 

Birth Injuries, Medical Negligence And Compensation: What You Need To Know

The United States has a high rate of maternal mortality compared to most of the countries in the industrialized world, and although this fact can be attributed to a range of factors, it can often be traced back to medical negligence. Similarly, birth injuries may also be the result of negligence. If you or your baby has suffered from any of the following issues, you may have been the victims of medical negligence, and now, it may be time to contact a medical negligence lawyer: Read More 

Return Of The Living Debt: You May Have To Pay Taxes On Cancelled Debts

In many ways, debt is a lot like a zombie. No matter how many times you try to kill it, it finds a way to come back to life. Case in point, if a creditor cancels a debt you owed, you may liable for paying taxes on the amount that was eliminated. Here's what you need to know about this issue to keep it from taking a bite out of your financial future. Read More 

Exposed By The Hack And Expecting Divorce? Here’s How Your Infidelity Will Come Into Play

The phones at law firms across the country are ringing steadily with the recent news of the casual encounter website breach that left millions of email addresses exposed to public view. Many of these callers are scorned partners wanting to get divorce proceedings underway, while other calls come from concerned spouses who know their personal information has been violated, fear the worst, and want to know what awaits them in the future should their partner file for divorce. Read More