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What is Elder Law and Elder Law Attorney

Mature man reading old book surrounded by heaps of books SO WHAT IS ELDER LAW? As you can see on the banner and even in the URL address for this website, we are all about elder law. But perhaps after

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What is Elder Law and Elder Law Attorney

Mature man reading old book surrounded by heaps of books SO WHAT IS ELDER LAW? As you can see on the banner and even in the URL address for this website, we are all about elder law. But perhaps after

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Veteran Jobs in TV Industry

The current host of The Daily Show, Jon Stewart, has shown us that no matter your stance on any American military involvement, it is our duty as citizens to support our troops and assist in the transition from active duty

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Mark Gilfix discusses his background, San Francisco and special needs families in 7×7 interview

The leading online source for information about lifestyles in San Francisco, 7×7.com, interviewed attorney Mark Gerson Gilfix on  April 6 to ask him about his views on life in the Bay Area, his professional background, and his work as an

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How To Make Sure Your Property Is Protected In Divorce

Orange County divorce proceedings can be complex, because these cases tend to involve aspects such as the finances and property of the spouses. Most spouses tend to dread divorce proceedings because of the uncertain future of their assets during and

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How to Protect Yourself Financially During a Divorce

In most Orange County divorce cases, there are a lot of different complex things involved, which are intricately linked to the separation and future of the spouses. In such cases, one of the aspects involved is financial. Finances play a

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Criminal Profiling is not just done on TV

The law enforcement tactic of criminal profiling, pioneered by FBI Agent John Douglas, is not just a tool injected into TV shows for extra entertainment, but is a reality in law enforcement, even used to try and hunt down Jack

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Guest Blog:Holiday Gift Ideas for Seniors

Our guest blogger this week is Lou Giampa is the President of Right at Home (Westchester). Lou is a New York State Certified Nurse Aide (CNA) who volunteers in hospitals and nursing homes throughout Westchester County.  He also volunteers with

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Sorting Out A Transition Plan for Your Child

– Anonymous   Let’s call my son Johnny. He has a neurological impairment and is ambulatory and impressively articulate. These are my views and perceptions as his mother. I hope the points that I will highlight will resonate with readers.

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Meteorologist sues TV station, claiming age and disability discrimination

A Texas television station’s chief meteorologist has sued his former employer, claiming age and disability discrimination. Bob French has filed the federal discrimination lawsuit against KBTX in College Station and Bryan. He has also claimed retaliation, harassment and violations of

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