Create Your Quarantine Routine

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What do you think of when you hear the word “routine?” Does it make you think of monotony and boredom? Or does it make you feel serene, calm, and have peace of mind?

Up until a few weeks ago, every day was the same. Wake up, go to school/work, eat, school/work, come home, dinner, bed. That’s all changed and routines have flown out the window!

Just think about how powerful you could be if you tweaked your routine to allow more time for you to build your legacy in the world.

How to travel internationally with your kids by yourself … 

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What happens if you want to take a parent-child vacation without the other parent. You know, just a girls’ (or boys’) getaway weekend to the Caribbean? You and your child are so excited about the sun, sand, beaches, and dolphin excursions. You’re all packed and ready to go. Your partner drops you off at the airport, kisses you and your child goodbye, wishes you a “bon voyage,” and drives away.

Are half-siblings considered full-siblings if there is no will?

Does a half-blood sister inherit the same as a whole-blood sister? Let’s start with the idea that relatives of the Half-Blood inherit the same as they would if they were relatives of the whole blood. Is Harry Potter coming to mind when you think of “relatives of the half-blood?” Thanks to J.K. Rowling, the concept of the “half-blood” now has a colloquial meaning as well as a legal meaning, although there is much less suspense or cliff-hanging-ness about the legal concept of half-bloods as compared to the magical concept of a half-blood. (And usually less discrimination as well. Usually.)

Who Should You Pick to be Your Kids’ Legal Guardians if You Die?

Have you ever thought about what happens to your kids if you die? No one wants to think about their own mortality, but until we develop a true singularity, then we all must confront and deal with our own death and what happens to our kids after we’re gone. Pricenomics analyzed data from an application […]

How to: Talk to a Child about the Death of a Loved One

Children are especially vulnerable to psychological problems after the death of a parent or a sibling. This vulnerability can be exacerbated by survivors who are not able to provide the support and comfort a bereaved child needs. In Bereavement: Reactions, Consequences, and Care, the Institute of Medicine addresses the consequences of bereavement during childhood and adolescence.

5 Secrets about Living Trusts Your Kids Don’t Want You to Know

​What is a living trust?  ​ ​A living trust is a legal way of holding, managing, and distributing property. That’s a lot of fancy legal jargon for saying it’s a way of owning things. You can hold anything in a trust – bank account, your house, your car, your coin collection. The list is endless. […]

Bringing Fairness to those with Special Needs

Special Needs Fairness Act On December 13, 2017, President Obama signed the 21st Century Cures Act. It already passed in the House and the Senate. This law wants to expand medical research, invest in mental health resources, and combat prescription and opioid drug addiction problems. The 21st Century Cures Act also contains the Special Needs […]