It’s a time of year with many holiday celebrations and gatherings. These are joyous experiences for many, but a difficult time for others. Our lives are not like a Hallmark Channel story with freshly baked cookies, fake snow, and conflicts that always have happy endings.
Adults who care for children have a legal obligation to ensure that those children avoid unreasonably dangerous situations. Failing to adequately protect a child may result in the caregiver being charged with “child endangerment” or “endangering the welfare of a child.”
Congratulations! We all made it through Thanksgiving. So, the mad dash of the holiday season is officially upon us. This sage advice from psychotherapist, Donna F. Ferber, from 2013 warrants a repost. Take a breath. Slow down. And just say “no”.
Title II, Chapter 2, Act 212 and 213A of the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1952 provides that family-sponsored immigrants may not be admitted into the United States unless the person seeking the immigrant’s admission executes an Affidavit of Support, a.k.a. Form I-864, as codified in 8 U.S.C. 1182 and 1183a
After you’ve gone through the heartache of getting a divorce, there’s one more headache perhaps to deal with: the engagement ring. It’s a once priceless item that is now an ugly reminder of what you’ve just endured. If you decide you can’t bear to hang on to the ring, there are some options out there for you.