A narcissist is a person that is often hard to deal with, let alone spend time with. Yet, there are people who have been married to narcissists and who are now after their ordeal are seeking a divorce.  If you think that dealing with them is hard, consider how it is when you have to deal with them every day for a... 
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Last week, Google reported on a new wreck involving one of its self-driving cars.  Google is trying to sell this as the first wreck involving its self-driving cars, but reports of other wrecks are out there. Regardless, a new article from a computer/tech writer brings out one of the important issues with self-driving... 
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Recently, Benepath sent out a social networking blurb. I am a “fan” of social networking, but sometimes I fall short since the task of managing several forms of social media can be time consuming. This is true especially when the number one thing on any given day is the all important transaction that occurs... 
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When spouses decide to end their relation and seek a divorce, the biggest issue between spouses can sometimes be the division of assets, because when you go through a divorce, securing your financial future becomes a spouse’s top priority. An asset list will typically contain a number of different inventories, yet... 
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Reaching the point of considering divorce is generally something that takes a long time for someone to come to.  It comes down to the main question of whether you should stay in the marriage or leave.  Here is some related questions you need to ask yourself before opting for or against a divorce. Question 1: Is It... 
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March Is National Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month Littman Krooks attorneys and advocates are proud to celebrate National Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month (DDAM) during March. This month-long celebration recognizes the community contributions that people with intellectual and other developmental... 
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Littman Krooks attorneys and advocates are proud to celebrate National Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month (DDAM) during March. This month-long celebration recognizes the community contributions that people with intellectual and other developmental disabilities – as well as their advocates – make... 
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When parents in a custody case cannot negotiate a custody agreement and parenting schedule, that is when parties often end up in court.  This blog outlines a few questions that you should ask your lawyer before the child custody hearing begins. How are sole custody and joint custody different from one another? This... 
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Making a decision on whether you want to get a divorce or not is an important one since it will have ramifications and repercussions that are far-reaching.  However, it is important to understand that California is a no-fault divorce state, meaning that you do not have to cite a fault for the divorce. The only basis... 
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The Senate held a hearing on February 25, 2016 on the H-1B high skilled worker program just as employers around the United States are preparing to file for foreign nationals to fill key roles on a temporary basis. The H-1B program permits a U.S. employer to file for a foreign national to temporarily fill a position... 
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