Category: Legal Law

Parenting Arrangements Today After Divorce

The days when divorced dads would pick up their kids every other Friday night and drive them home to mom on Sunday nights may not be completely over yet, but they’re on the wane. Today’s divorced parents are changing the child custody landscape with continued cohabitation, nesting, and other...

Getting New Psychotherapy Clients: The Initial Consultation

The free consultation is a powerful tool for getting new psychotherapy clients. If you’re not using it yet, it’s time to put it into practice. If you’re already using it, read on to see if you’re getting the most out of this. Psychotherapy Marketing Many psychotherapists do not like...

New book offers tools for effective leadership in diverse organizations

In Leading in a Diverse Environment, Teddie E. Malangwasira, PhD discusses the steps leaders must take to create effective growth in an organization that also values ​​diversity, makes everyone feel included, and seeks to develop people’s unique skills. . Dr. Malangwasira draws on his personal experiences as a leader...

Reasons for speeding: cops don’t buy it

I may have gotten tired after working in the traffic law field for so long, but I’m not surprised how easy it is to get a speeding ticket. However, that does not seem to be the case for many of my clients because almost every client I speak to...

Offshore Oil Drilling in California: Why Not Likely to Happen

Anyone living in Southern California traveling up the coast from San Diego to San Francisco has seen the offshore oil rigs along the coast of Santa Barbara, Ventura, and Long Beach. Anyone living in any of the other coastal cities such as San Diego, Pacific Beach, Mission Beach, La...

Five things to consider when choosing the right attorney

Finding a legal professional to take care of your private and sometimes emotional matters can be a daunting task. It seems that the moment we need an attorney the most, the less likely we are in the mood to seek one. So how should you classify the combination of...

Lessons from the life of John Bunyan and his contemporaries

Sallie Rochester Ford originally published her book, Mary Bunyan – The Blind Daughter of John Bunyan, in 1860. It was later reprinted by Reiner Publications in 1976 with the purpose of preparing today’s church for the persecution to come. We may think that we suffer persecution even today, but...

Preparing for immigration reform now

On Thursday, May 25, 2006, in a historic vote, the United States Senate passed the most important immigration reform law in 20 years. This comprehensive immigration reform bill addresses 3 tough issues: 1) securing our borders; 2) creating a temporary guest worker program to address the labor shortage; and...

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