Talking About Family Court Proceedings

Homophobic Harassment In The New York Workplace: When Can You Sue Your Employer?

Nobody should have to endure hateful slurs and harassment at work, but American gay people must increasingly cope with this kind of conduct. Studies show that between 15 and 43 percent of gay people experience discrimination or harassment at work in the United States. If you find yourself in this position, it's important to know when you can take legal action against a New York City employer. Learn more here. Read More 

3 Steps To Getting You And Your Child Away From Your Verbally Abusive Spouse Quickly And Legally

No one has the right to verbally abuse you or your children, and that includes your spouse. If you have finally gotten fed up enough with this abuse that you want to leave your spouse and take your child with you, then you are making a great decision. However, if you simply flee the home and take your child with you, you will risk losing custody of your child in the end. Read More 

5 Issues Minor Drivers Need To Understand About Drinking

If you are under the age of 21, there are several rules that apply to the possession and consumption of alcohol that can negatively impact your future. While a DWI is one thing you should definitely be worried about if you drink and drive, it is important to realize that there are other negative ways that drinking can impact your right to drive, even if you drank very small amounts or are not driving when you are caught drinking or in possession of alcohol. Read More 

Disabilities Following The 911 Attacks: Compensation Options For Victims

The 2001 September 11 attacks immediately resulted in 2,996 deaths. This number includes passengers and crew on the four hijacked planes, people working in the attacked buildings and some of the first responders who tried to rescue people from the burning towers. Unfortunately, the devastation did not end there. In the years that have followed, many people have started to succumb to life-threatening illnesses and disabilities as a result of the disaster. Read More 

4 Things You Should Know About Signing A Prenuptial Agreement

When you get married, you are expecting it to be a lifetime commitment. Unfortunately, this is not the case for a large percentage of marriages, as 40 to 50 percent of US marriages end in divorce. If you have many assets or own a business, you might want to look into creating a prenuptial agreement for you and your future spouse to sign before you walk down the aisle. Before you commit to a prenuptial agreement, there are a few things that you should know about these agreements. Read More 

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Talking About Family Court Proceedings

Hello, my name is Bridget Waller. Welcome to my site about family court proceedings. My involvement in family court was not a welcome one. Despite the difficulties experienced during that time, I focused on building my knowledge about family court proceedings rather than let the process bring me down. I created this site to share my knowledge with you all, in hopes that I can help others navigate family court proceedings with ease. I will explore every phase of the court process in great detail to help others better understand the proceedings. Please come by my site regularly to learn more. Thanks.