The decision to seek a Domestic Violence Restraining Order is often fraught with uncertainty, fear, and general uneasiness. Many victims worry that the abuse they are experiencing—whether physical, verbal, or
Divorce is a tricky time for people because, while most people are aware of the basic things to do and not do (learned from friends, family, the internet and even
While a divorce may feel like an earthquake in many lives—an unpredictable, scary and catastrophic event—having emergency supplies around can help alleviate the shock and trauma of the unexpected.
In the now distant past, divorce was embarrassing to talk about mostly because it was not socially and morally favorably looked upon. Nowadays, with national divorce rates estimated to be
Domestic violence is one of the darkest underbellies within the space of family law. Entrenched in power and control, domestic violence rears its ugly head in a multitude of ways,
In our COVID-19 world, many people are facing the terrifying notion of their own mortality and the mortality of their spouse.
Hindsight of the year 2020 is truly “20/20” and as we start understanding the economic and social impact of the past year, we can now better work to recognize the
The current state of affairs in California equates to a novel social experiment wherein people now engage in “social distancing” and “social isolation” in order to reduce the speed and
The prospect of filing for divorce can be disconcerting. There are concerns about your future–emotional and financial, and, concerns about your children’s future. If you are a business owner, there
You may delay, but time will not, and lost time is never found again. — Benjamin Franklin We are all guilty of procrastination from time to time, whether it be