Informal Money Manager Option If an incapacitated family member is having serious issues keeping money, you need to act fast. You should know a lot of things when it comes to managing money that doesn’t belong to you. Fortunately, the law fully supports situations such as this. First, you need to plan. If your loved…

Anyone who’s had children knows that this is a very touchy subject. A neighborhood family with whom your family is friendly sends over a child that’s only a year older than your son the next time you ask them for a babysitter. Or your friends with children of a similar age have started leaving their…

According to state Adult Protective Service data, there are more than half a million reports of elder abuse in the United States every year. Some studies show that only 1 in 14 cases of elder abuse are reported to authorities. Impacts can be grave because elders who experience abuse are reported to have a 300%…

No one has the right to threaten or hurt you, and no one has the right to demand sexual favors from you. You may be eligible for a leave from work for Survivors of Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault and Stalking if you: File a police report concerning domestic violence, sexual assault, or stalking Participate in…

Washington, like any other state, has its own legal procedures for changing names. So, if you intend to change your name, don’t assume. We will cover the steps you need to take in this article. People change their names for many reasons including: For Marriage Personal reasons Divorce Security You can change your names in…

Division of Child Support (DCS) The Division of Child Support (DCS) is the state agency that collects child support. DCS collects when a child gets welfare payments or is in foster care. DCS can set the support amount through its own administrative system unless (or until) a court sets support. Once there is a child…

When the Other Parent has Taken Your Child If your ex, who might be a parent or a non-parent to your child, does not obey the parenting or custody agreement, there are a few things that you can do to get your child back. If you have a court order granting your child custody, you…

Information for Stalking Victims in WA State Stalking is described as a pattern of unwanted behavior that usually includes harassing, monitoring, repeatedly contacting, or following a person around. Such behavior can cause a person to feel afraid, threatened, and intimidated. An even the electronic form of stalking called Cyberstalking qualifies as a crime. Even if…

The Traditional Notions Have It Wrong Statistics show that mothers are still awarded full physical custody of children in most court-ordered child custody cases. One big reason for the inequity is a decades-long belief by judges and others that conflict between divorcing parents will cause too much stress for children. Those wary of establishing shared…

America’s Attitude Towards Cohabiting Before Marriage Has Shifted Fifty years ago, cohabitating with one’s significant other before marriage was described in pejorative terms and often thought of as immoral. Today the picture is quite different. Before getting hitched, living together has increased by 1500% since the 1960s and 30% in just the last decade. While…

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