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  • Managing Screen Time While Learning and Working Virtually
    Managing Screen Time While Learning and Working Virtually

    Now more than ever, our families are relying on our laptops, tablets and phones to maintain a certain standard of normalcy. While technology has provided a unique means of being able to push forward ...

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  • Unmarried Parents Rights- Child Custody, Parenting Time & Child Support
    Unmarried Parents Rights- Child Custody, Parenting Time & Child Support

    If you’ve been in a committed relationship with an unmarried partner and have children together but are contemplating a separation, it’s important to understand your rights as an unmarried parent, in ...

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  • Creative Ideas to Motivate Children as Virtual Learning Looms Ahead
    Creative Ideas to Motivate Children as Virtual Learning Looms Ahead

    We recently invited Behavior Analyst, Chris Messina, to join our Facebook Live event to discuss how parents can motivate children as they head into a fall semester of virtual learning, while ...

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  • How Does Immigration Status Impact a Family Law Case?
    How Does Immigration Status Impact a Family Law Case?

    Family law matters are often largely overwhelming for individuals who are trying to navigate challenging compromises, new normals, and what likely feels like an upended routine and way of life. If you ...

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  • Avoid These Parenting Pitfalls! Strategies to Protect Your Child’s Mental Health During Lockdown
    Avoid These Parenting Pitfalls! Strategies to Protect Your Child’s Mental Health During Lockdown

    For parents who have been home with their kids these past four months, it goes without saying: it’s been an unusual season, filled with adjustments and learning curves for all. While there is no ...

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  • Special Needs Estate Planning: Preserving Your Disabled Child’s Public Benefits and Maintaining Their Quality of Life
    Special Needs Estate Planning: Preserving Your Disabled Child’s Public Benefits and Maintaining Their Quality of Life

    If you have a loved one with special needs, it’s important that you consider an estate plan that will allow them to continue receiving support and enjoy a comfortable retirement even after you, their ...

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