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Happy Mother’s Day Month Single Mom, I See You!

Dear Single Mom,

First I want to say that this blog was inspired by an article in the Huffington Post. That article specifically addressed single moms by circumstance. That is, it didn’t consider the moms who are single mothers by choice. After reading the many comments addressing that fact, I felt I needed to address the single mom who chooses to be a single mom-for whatever reason.  This is part one of a two part blog. My next blog will discuss the magnificence of single parenting and the different, but oh so positive, impact on your child!

 

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TSA PreCheck is the Greatest!!!

I just love it!!!  For a non-refundable $85 fee (payable by money order, credit card, or a certified check) you can enroll in TSA PreCheck for five years.

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TSA PreCheck is the expedited screening program that allows low-risk passengers to use a fast-tracked security line. In order to apply, you must be a U.S. citizen, a U.S. national, or a lawful permanent resident. The application process includes an in-person interview and background check.

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Dear Single Mom- I See You

Dear Single Mom,

First I want to say that this blog was inspired by a recent article in the Huffington Post. That article specifically addressed single moms by circumstance. That is, it didn’t consider the moms who are single mothers by choice. After reading the many comments addressing that fact, I felt I needed to address the single mom who chooses to be a single mom-for whatever reason.  This is part one of two parts. My next blog will discuss the magnificence of single parenting and the different, but oh so positive, impact on your child!

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17 DIVORCE DON’TS

Divorce is a complex process. Those involved face legal, financial and psychological challenges, all while managing the everyday demands of work and parenting. Based on my many years of experience as a matrimonial lawyer, I have found that these 17 mistakes can be the most damaging to your case. Avoiding them can help guarantee good outcome, while helping you on your way to healing and fewer regrets.

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Wedding Season is Approaching! Read This Before You Tie the Knot.

So, you’ve finally met the woman or man of your dreams. Now, it seems the next logical step is to get married. After all, you’re in love, and that’s all you need to handle whatever curves life may throw your way. You will handle it together because it seems fun and exciting. However, with so many people divorcing these days (60% of all marriages end in divorce), it’s more important than ever to take the time to consider whether you are truly ready to devote yourself to a life-long commitment. You may think that you are ready for marriage, but once you start living your life as a married couple, this could all change. And you actually find that it is not working and it could be time to potentially consider looking into a DIVORCE ATTORNEY to help put an end to your marriage. No one wants to live an unhappy life, so make sure that you consider all factors before even considering marriage so that you never need to get a divorce. I don’t know about you, but I don’t want to be married for better or for worse— no way. And what does that mean anyway? And if you are a gold digger, do you stay married for richer or for poorer? LOL and SMH! Gold diggers will put up with a lot of crap but being broke is not one of them! Gold diggers will stay no matter what. They will put up with your cheating, alcoholism, excessive spending and other bad habits. As long as your money is long, they will stay.Continue reading

Stop Planning for a Wedding! Plan for the Marriage to Avoid Divorce!

So, you’ve finally met the woman or man of your dreams. Now, it seems the next logical step is to get married. After all, you’re in love, and that’s all you need to handle whatever curves life may throw your way. You will handle it together because it seems fun and exciting. However, with so many people divorcing these days (60% of all marriages end in divorce), it’s more important than ever to take the time to consider whether you are truly ready to devote yourself to a life-long commitment.Continue reading