When it comes to relationships, Americans are far from mired in unchanging viewpoints. We noted that in a recent blog post, underscoring in our February 20 entry the country's "great diversity and capability to evolve in material ways over time."
Posts tagged "Family law"
It turns out that Americans generally are a romantic bunch, regardless of a host of generalized factors that otherwise differentiate them in our diverse society.
First, the good news.
If you're a grandparent in Arkansas or elsewhere who is wondering whether you will play a routine and meaningful role in the lives of your grandchildren, take heart from the Millennial Connections study.
The well-known words of the classic Elvis Presley song Fools Rush In wafted over assembled guests as Jeff Rohrer’s teenage daughter sang them at her father’s wedding this past weekend in Los Angeles.
You’d think one of the largest credit unions in the United States would be up to speed on prominent legislation that has long protected active-duty military members against certain financial and other exactions.
We gave some kudos to rational thought regarding marriages on the near horizon in our preceding blog post. We noted in our October 23 entry that “down-the-road prospects for marital success can certainly owe more to some timely analytical focus than to fuzzy visions of enduring marital bliss.”
Couples in Arkansas and elsewhere that are on the cusp of marriage are customarily buoyed by romantic love and hopeful dreams for the future.
October is national Domestic Violence Awareness Month, something we think merits a spotlight on our blog platform at Robertson & Associates.
The adage “there are two sides to every coin” can apply to contrastive conditions in many contexts, including family law disputes.