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Changes Introduced to UK Family Law

The Queen has announced that changes will be made to legislation surrounding family law. An entirely new Children and Families Bill was announced during the Queen’s Speech at the state opening of Parliament. The new bill will see implemented changes … Continue reading

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Tips To Help You Be A More Efficient Parent

It is important for your children to have a realistic view of life’s challenges. Talk to your child about age-appropriate problems and ask how he or she would handle them. This will help your child develop useful problem-solving skills. It … Continue reading

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Florida Child Abuse Laws and the Rights of Victims

The recent child sex abuse scandal at Penn State has brought to light many issues surrounding child abuse laws and the victim’s rights . Child abuse laws differ from state to state. Unlike Pennsylvania, Florida Statute 39.201 requires mandatory reports of … Continue reading

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Fighting Night Terrors Along with Practical knowledge

Over a long period of time people have been struggling with night terrors. Children or even adults screaming during the night and not remembering anything the following morning has been seen a lot recently. Many scientists have tried explaining this … Continue reading

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First Generation of Sperm Donor-Conceived Children

From the Washington Post: LaBounty is part of the first documented generation of donor-conceived children: those born in the late 1970s to mid-1980s, when sperm banks began to spread in the United States. These children are now adults, and caring… … Continue reading

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