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Higher Education on the Broken Road!

The first bit after having the baby was a bit chaotic, I had a limited amount of time before I had to go back to work… my Ex wanted to make his “Business ” legit … something he could build and leave to his son (later all 3 sons) , so we made a decision for me to apply for a Pell Grant and then Applied to the local Technical College down the street …. 878 more words

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The Broken Roads First Baby Boy ....

This post is just all about my First Baby Boy! Recalling everything takes a toll and even though the birth was rough, I am so Blessed with him and my other 2 boys :) 433 more words

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Couple's young daughters taken from Canada to child-custody limbo in Casablanca

Elena Danilina went to sleep one night last April in her midtown Toronto condo thinking her two daughters were safely on a plane with her husband, en route via New York to Casablanca, Morocco, to visit his sick mother. 2,363 more words

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How Do I File For Divorce In Oregon?

Many of our clients have a lot of questions when they are faced with divorce. A divorce is legally known as a dissolution of marriage. The Oregon dissolution process allows you to file on your own or jointly with your spouse as “co-petitioners.” Oregon also recognizes the dissolution of domestic partnerships which follow the same procedures as traditional marriages. 695 more words

Family Law

The Baby Bump on the Broken Road

My first pregnancy! I was so excited!

I couldn’t wait to have a baby, someone who will I not only love unconditionally but who’ll love me back just as much! 512 more words

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OTHER PARENT WITH CUSTODY PLANS TO MOVE OUT OF STATE.WHAT CAN YOU DO? Attorney Bankert (810) 235-1970

TOPIC-A PARENT WANTS TO MOVE OUT OF STATE. CAN THIS PARENT MOVE AND WHAT IS THE IMPACT ON CUSTODY PARENTING TIME AND CHILD SUPPORT? 231 more words

Suffer the Little Children: Aquinas on Divorce

In Mark 10, Jesus is asked by the Pharisees (“to test him”) whether divorce was lawful.  As he responded, the Law of Moses (Deuteronomy 24 and elsewhere) permitted divorce under some conditions.  1,248 more words

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