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David moved in, his father died, I received the first pension

This last few weeks have been a roller coaster.  David moved in with the kids, my love & dream family has finally arrived, they came along with a box explosion in the house, the garage was a solid block of boxes, the basement was a maze, the house was filled with things and most of it not labeled.   905 more words


Tips for Hiring Bicycle Accident Lawyer

In big cities like New York, Portland, etc. where bicycles are popularly used by people as a mode of transportation, there are chances that a bicyclist may meet with an accident due to any reason like defective roads and irregular  maintenance. 523 more words



The judgment of Mr Justice Warren in Chadwick -v- Burling 3,517 more words
Relief From Sanctions

A reblogged this on PORTSMOUTH-BASED NON-LAWYER SUPPORT and commented:

The judgment of Mr Justice Warren in Chadwick -v- Burling [2015] EWHC 1610 (Ch) highlights some important issues in relation to relief from sanctions in general, and the position of litigants in person in particular. Reblogged from Civil Litigation Brief

Did get a nasty letter, but I didn't read it

I was just sitting down, taking a breath and thinking about how much is going on this month for me, when my daughters walked in the door from their once/week 2hours with my ex-husband and they handed me a letter from him, I knew this was coming.   409 more words


The Legal scale might be tipping my way...

I have been dealing with legal issues from my ex-husband now for almost two years, and this chapter is looking like it is about to close, the taste of my freedom is in the air, and things might possibly be going my way.   474 more words


Bertrand Russell and Academic Freedom

Since today is Bertrand Russell’s birthday (he was born in 1872), I wanted to share this short segment from my dissertation on the history of academic freedom about Russell’s firing from CCNY and the first court case to mention the words “academic freedom”: 1,069 more words

Academic Freedom