Just thought I’d send out a little update on how things are going in the #TalkBoss world, and what to look forward to next!
First off, I’m working on bringing you more episodes of #CulinaryConversations (psst, watch the first episode here). This is an ongoing effort, but keep your eyes peeled and subscribe to my newsletter – if you haven’t already – so you can be the first to know.
The Talk Boss Does Shrimp & Sausage [Summer Recipe Series]
As most of you know, I LOVE to entertain with delicious food. Heck, I even host a talk show literally called “Culinary Conversations”! Summer – and I hope this doesn’t come as a surprise to anyone – is my favorite season for spending time in my kitchen. Seasonal recipes around this time of year are actually pretty healthy, especially compared to that pesky Holiday season.
We all know to eat our veggies and steer clear of the salt shaker, but what about those foods that actually prevent illnesses and diseases? You don’t have to worry about taking 10 supplements a day. In fact, these 6 surprising foods that prevent illness are probably already in your kitchen!
A putative father has no right to be notified that the expectant mother is in labor nor to be present in the delivery room if the mother objects, a New Jersey Judge says in an apparent case of first impression nationwide.
Ruling in a dispute between estranged, unmarried parents, Superior Court Judge Sohail Mohammed held that a woman’s right to privacy and to control her body during pregnancy allows her to shut the father out.
Currently, in most states, child support does not terminate automatically. A paying parent would have to file emancipation papers with court, notify the other parent and then the court wiould decide if the child should be emancipated. This is necessary because most states do not emancipate a child who attends college immediately following high school. A college student is deemed to still need support from both parents.
17 Mistakes to Avoid That Could Damage Your Divorce Case
Divorce is a complex process. Those involved face legal, financial and psychological challenges, all while managing the everyday demands of work and parenting. Based on my many years of experience as a matrimonial lawyer, I have found that these 17 mistakes can be the most damaging to your case. Avoiding them can help guarantee good outcome, while helping you on your way to healing and fewer regrets.