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New Study Reveals that Children Lack Capacity to Judge Traffic when Crossing the Street

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Many parents are unable to pick their children up from school or meet them at the bus stop, so they must trust their kids to make their own way safely home from school. While you have likely spent time teaching your child how to cross the street, new research shows that children of a… Read More »

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Make Your Children Comfortable while Living in Two Homes

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After a divorce, parents who divide custody evenly will often have their children switch between the two parents’ homes. If this arrangement is not handled thoughtfully, children may end up feeling like neither parent’s residence is truly their home. Consider some of the following approaches to make each house feel like a place where… Read More »

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How Do Asset Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Filings Work?

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Chapter 7, also known as “liquidation bankruptcy,” offers debtors an opportunity to eliminate unsecured debts and move forward with a clean slate. Despite the nickname, Chapter 7 bankruptcy filings don’t always result in any liquidating being done by the bankruptcy trustee, as many individuals who qualify for Chapter 7 bankruptcy don’t own any non-exempt… Read More »

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Avoid These Common Pitfalls when Seeking a Modification of your Custody Agreement

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Sometimes the first agreement you reach with your ex on how you’ll handle sharing custody after a break-up becomes unworkable over time, and you decide to request a modification to your court-ordered custody agreement. In doing so, many parents make several critical mistakes that can doom their applications. Learn about common ways that modified… Read More »

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Avoid These Common Pitfalls when Seeking a Modification of your Custody Agreement

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Sometimes the first agreement you reach with your ex on how you’ll handle sharing custody after a break-up becomes unworkable over time, and you decide to request a modification to your court-ordered custody agreement. In doing so, many parents make several critical mistakes that can doom their applications. Learn about common ways that modified… Read More »

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Ride-Share Apps Reach Upstate New York

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For years, residents of New York who didn’t live in New York City were unable to use ride-sharing apps such as Lyft or Uber as cheaper alternatives to taking a taxi when public transportation wasn’t an option. Earlier this summer, laws approved by Gov. Andrew Cuomo back in the spring took effect, and drivers… Read More »

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Substantial Uptick in Number of Toy Recalls in 2016

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Children trust their parents to choose safe toys, furniture, and transportation products, and parents in turn trust manufacturers to sell only products that won’t be harmful to their children. Sadly, manufacturers don’t always spend the time or money they should on testing a product to ensure that it does not pose a threat to… Read More »

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Crashes during Rush Hour

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Getting home during rush hour traffic is stressful enough, but getting involved in a major car accident while trying to wade through crowded New York roads is infinitely more stressful. Your odds of being involved in a crash during rush hour are, unfortunately, even higher than those when driving at other times of day…. Read More »

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Steps You Can Take to Protect Your Estate Plan

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If you’ve begun the process of creating an estate plan by writing a will, then you’re already on the right path to seeing that your family is cared for in the event of your passing. However, there is more that you can and should do to ensure that the assets you’ve earned in the… Read More »

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What Factors Affect the Value of Your Auto Accident Claim?

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After you’ve been injured in a crash, you may be experiencing a lot of uncertainty. You might not be sure how long you’ll be out of work recovering from your injuries, whether you’ll ever recover fully, or whether your car will be repairable or completely totaled. Perhaps the biggest question you have is how… Read More »

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