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Water Park Safety in Question at Kalahari Resort

A Michigan family has filed a personal injury lawsuit against the Kalahari Resort in Wisconsin Dells alleging their son was injured on a ride the resort knew was unsafe. The lawsuit claims the teen was injured at the Kalahari resort in June 2012 on the Sahara Sidewinders that drops riders from a trap-door chamber into one of two looping slides. According to the family’s attorney, the ride imposed... 

Tips for Adult Children Who Are Caregivers for Their Parents

Transitioning from adult child to caregiver for aging parents is daunting.  Recognizing that parents need help is difficult for both adult children and older parents. Parents may try to struggle along, not wanting to be a burden, and adult children find it hard to imagine their parents needing help. Helpful tips for transitioning into caregiver. Give as much independence as possible Remember your... 

Don’t Forget Dependent Care Tax Breaks on Your 2014 Return

By Tom Breedlove, Director, Care.com HomePay As the April 15th tax filing deadline gets closer, those who have put off their taxes until the last minute – and there are a lot of us – are apt to forgetting minor details that can impact our returns. In the household employment world, two commonly overlooked tax-time items for New York families are the federal and state dependent care tax breaks. To... 

Alzheimer’s Disease Makes Early Estate Planning A Must

Estate Planning for Alzheimer’s Disease The end of life is a topic people don’t like to think about. Perhaps that’s why many people put off end of life planning until they’re older. But if Alzheimer’s disease or some other cognitive disorder arises, that planning might come too late. More than 5 million American are living with Alzheimer’s disease, according to the Alzheimer’s... 

The Best Interest of the Child and Divorce Mediation

There are many reasons that make mediated divorce better than litigated divorce. One of the leading reasons is the fact that more often than not, divorce mediation has a number of ground rules set up between the spouses to help steer the process in the correct direction. These ground rules help the couples focus on the long term solutions instead of short term victories throughout the process. There... 

Reasons Divorcing Spouses Lie On Income Declaration Forms And Tips To Prove It

Divorce cases are one of the hotly contested cases in family law courts. The level of competitiveness and the will to win in each of the spouse means there is no love lost between the two of them and neither of them is willing to let the other have the upper hand in proceedings. Sometimes though, this will to win can consume either of the spouses to such a level that they start to make use of deceit... 

On Healthcare Decisions Day, consider creating an advance directive

April 16 marks the seventh annual Healthcare Decisions Day in the Commonwealth of Virginia. On that day, related events will raise public awareness of the need to plan ahead for healthcare decisions concerning end-of-life care and for medical issues in circumstances when patients are not able to speak for themselves. Accordingly, the occasion also encourages people to use documents known as advance... 

Texas woman sues Central United Life, claiming age and race discrimination

A Texas woman has filed a lawsuit against her former employer, claiming that she was denied promotions based on her race and age, then fired after she filed grievances. Linda J. Donnie is suing Central United Life, claiming employment discrimination. Donnie filed the lawsuit in the Houston Division of the Southern District of Texas on October 27. The lawsuit claims that Donnie was hired as associate... 

Boston College research: average retirement age affected by a perfect storm of events.

When the retirement gurus speak, do we really listen? Or have we become so inundated  with blizzards of information, and bytes of Big Data about what we should, or should not be doing, that we simply turn our backs on the messaging? Warren Buffett would be proud… Sure, we all know that by working longer, we can really rack up the Social Security payments by a factor 8%…per every years... 

Know These Early Warning Signs of Alzheimers Disease

According to data from the Alzheimer’s Association, someone in the United States develops Alzheimer’s disease every 67 seconds. As a result, more than five million people are now affected by this disorder. The Signs of Alzheimer’s Certain signs of Alzheimer’s disease may be noticed long before the condition is ever diagnosed. Here are some things to look for in your loved one that might... 
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