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Florida Court finds Grandparents Have Rights-So Long as Another State Said So

Grandparents often call me and ask about how they can get rights to see their grandchildren. Unfortunately, I have to advise them that in Florida grandparents have no rights to […]

Great Job Brewing for Single Pet Parents

Being a single parent is hard. Being a single pet parent is also hard. Let’s face it, every self- respecting pet owner does not have a “pet”… they have another […]

Was it Take Your Child to Work Day, Groundhog Day or Take Your Groundhog to Work Day?

Oh, the trauma of layering too many holidays on one day. So, I knew it was Groundhog Day (always February 2nd for the past 120 years) but I thought that […]

Just an (Extreme) Example of Why Parents Should Work Out Custody and Not Let Judges Make the Decisions

Last night I happened upon an episode of 48 Hours entitled Dear Savanna… As any self- respecting person who has happened to spend more than one Saturday night watching television […]

Pets are People II

A while back I wrote about a British woman who pioneered the “pet nuptial” agreement, designed for couples to, in advance of any split-up or divorce, determined what would happen […]

The PSAT (Parental Scholastic Aptitude Test) Would You Make the Grade?

While listening to National Public Radio on Sunday, I heard an interesting story about a high school in New Jersey where, as part of a health class project designed to, among […]