Archive, April 2023.

No industry is immune from harassment and discrimination. However, certain industries tend to have greater problems with sexual harassment than others. Multiple studies have shown that the healthcare industry is one of the top industries in which sexual harassment reports are filed.

Everybody falls on hard times now and then, and sometimes a parent finds himself or herself unemployed. Many parents wonder what happens when a parent who is required to pay child support is unemployed. Does an unemployed parent still have to pay child support? What if a parent purposely quits or takes a low-paying job to try to avoid child support? The answers to these questions depend on the reasons for unemployment, and a few other factors.

Employees have the right to be free from sexual harassment or other types of discrimination at work. However, as countless news stories demonstrate, this kind of behavior is still prevalent in many workplaces.

 When married parents get divorced, they create a parenting plan that outlines key issues regarding their child's upbringing. The parenting plan explains when each parent will care for the child, how major decisions about the child's education and upbringing will be made, and much more. Of course, life is full of unexpected changes and many parents find themselves in a position where they need to modify their parenting plan.

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