The Role FOMO (Fear of Missing Out) Plays Out In Daily and Family Life Technology has created a glut of new words and expressions. It also has “repurposed” old words; a mouse is no longer just a rodent in my
If a Divorce is on Your New Year’s Resolution List, Consider this First… Seven Tips for Dealing with Family Issues During the Holidays from Texas Divorce Attorney Richard C. Price I was pondering a list of various topics for this
What Happens in Ohio if a Divorcee Dies Before Transferring Property or Assets as Divorce Court Ordered? How Assets are to be Divided After the Passing of a Spouse During the Divorce Decree The question was recently posed to me
Recent Study Reveals Increased Length In Deployments Will Increase The Risk Of Military Divorce A recent study conducted by the RAND Corporation with the Department of Defense sponsorship found that increased length in deployments will increase the risk of divorce.
High Conflict Divorce Tied With High Conflict Personalities According To Therapists On March 24th, 2014, I traveled from Dayton, Ohio to Mason, Ohio to interview Brenda Patton, Therapist, Parenting Coordinator, and Mediator for The Counseling and Cooperative Parenting Center of