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When the chips are down

Over the past month, I have found that I have not been as faithful to my followers as I normally am. I have not been faithfully posting and sharing, encouraging, motivating and, purging myself of my day-to-day ins and outs and I apologize. 659 more words

Sharing And Encouraging

Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow ....

Today was a usual day, nothing special, nothing unique, yet it was unusually typical. I looked in the mirror and saw the same face, the 38-year old smile, melancholy in mood, and the same dark complexion skin that I was born in. 219 more words

Sharing And Encouraging

Contempt, Fine$ and Your Toothbrush; Disobeying Court Orders

Contempt is the willful refusal to follow or abide by a valid Court Order.

Contempt is what the Court finds when you 1) do NOT DO what you have been Ordered to do, or when you 2) do what you have been Ordered NOT to DO. 228 more words

Divorce

Teachers Strike Supplement Creates Potential Family Law Conflict

*You can find this and other posts by Virginia K. Richards and her colleagues on the Henderson Heinrichs LLP website.

The strike is on and many parents have already applied for their $40-per-day Temporary Education Support for Parents (“TESP”) offered by the British Columbia government, for public school students aged 12 and under who are not able to attend school due to the teacher’s strike.  424 more words

Child Support

Ask Carolyn: "I am thinking about separating from my wife..."

Dear Carolyn:

 

I am thinking about separating from my wife of 10 years. She is a doctor and makes a lot more money than me.  I am a school teacher and make extra money coaching, but she still makes a lot more than me.  627 more words

Woodruff Family Law Group

God's Direction and Guidance

Today, I said a prayer as with every other day however today, I also meditated on my open issues and then tried to turn it over to God but my worries rushed in and took it back. 127 more words

Friendships

Child Support Increase Reversed in Pulaski, TN: McFarland v. Bass

Facts: Mother and Father, parents to two daughters, were divorced. By agreement, Father was designated the primary residential parent and Mother enjoyed 156 days of parenting time. 466 more words

Family Law