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Cold Weather Safety for Seniors

Cold Weather Safety for Seniors Our guest blogger this week is Louis Giampa, President, Right At Home In House Care & Assistance (Westchester) When winter’s beauty turns more beast with arctic winds, mounds of snow and bone-chilling temperatures, the season’s harsh side can prove especially dangerous for senior adults. Even older snowbirds escaping to warmer climates still can encounter... 

Cold Weather Safety for Seniors

Our guest blogger this week is Louis Giampa, President, Right At Home In House Care & Assistance (Westchester) When winter’s beauty turns more beast with arctic winds, mounds of snow and bone-chilling temperatures, the season’s harsh side can prove especially dangerous for senior adults. Even older snowbirds escaping to warmer climates still can encounter dips […]  Read More →

Organizing Affairs Before It’s Too Late

There’s no better time to start preparing your affairs than right now. For many, it can be uncomfortable to think about, or a task that continually gets put off until some distant tomorrow, but an emergency or accident could happen at any time. If you don’t get your affairs in order before it’s too late, your family will be the ones paying the price. It’s a story that’s been reported on multiple... 

Strategies to Get a Better Deal During Divorce Mediation

Be prepared – mentally and emotionally How effective the divorce mediation is for you to get what you want – whether it relates to finances, property, or even the custody of your children – hinges on how well prepared you are. Having a run through of sensitive topics before you actually get into a joint session will be crucial to how you conduct yourself during a face to face meeting with your... 

A Lowdown on Decisions that Judges Make in Divorce Cases

When you are going through divorce, your lawyer will tell you the importance and the role a judge has in your divorce case. It is their final decision which will be binding on both the spouses. This means that a judge has the power to decide your future. There are a number of different aspects to an Orange County divorce case, and typically, a judge will make a number of different decisions in this... 

Life insurance leads are easier to find than you may think

While you may have some skepticism about finding life insurance leads in a market that is struggling to maintain some sense of balance in the face of the economic mess the country is in, there are people that do recognize that this is actually the best time to buy life insurance. Just like a depressed real estate market is a good time to buy homes for sale at a profit later. The market is ripe for... 

Corpus Christi is not impressed with its new title: “The Drunkest City in Texas”

24/7 Wall Street just handed Corpus Christi, Texas, a new moniker that does nothing to enhance the city’s reputation. No city wants to be on public record for being the drunkest city in Texas. But the award of unwelcome designation should open people’s eyes to what is going on around them. The very real issue is that Corpus Christi has a higher rate of adults and juveniles in drug and alcohol... 

Congressional research services publishes report on visa security policies

The Congressional Research Service has released a report on visa security policies, policies which many believe are one of the most effective ways of stopping foreign nationals who may pose security threats to the United States. The report provides an overview of existing security policies and proposed legislative reforms. The report’s release is especially timely in light of the Nov. 2015 terrorist... 

Detroit named worst city for veterans to live in

Detroit, Michigan, received the worst overall ranking in WalletHub’s list of the most veteran-friendly cities in the United States in terms of standard of living. The consumer finance site compared 100 of the nation’s most populated cities against 18 criteria including housing affordability, employment growth, health facilities and the number of homeless veterans. Irvine, California, topped the... 

FAMILIES WITH A MEMBER WITH DISABILITIES MOVING TO A NEW STATE

by Thomas D. Begley, Jr., CELA It is always difficult to move from one state to another, but when a family member has disabilities there are a number of considerations that should be addressed as early as possible. Health Care. Establish a “safety net” well in advance. Research the doctors, therapists and other service providers available in the new location and reach out to local advocacy organizations... 
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