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Let’s Talk Divorce: 4 Ways The Family Court Fails To Protect Women During High Conflict Divorce

   We hear a lot about how women are favored during divorce but, in my opinion, the opposite is true. No one can hold onto resentment and anger like a man and nothing proves that more than the outrageous behavior by some during a high conflict divorce. A woman’s only recourse is the protections […]

4 Tips for Successful Co-Parenting in 2020

After a divorce, you most likely don’t want to see your ex again, but if you have children, you may need to find ways to successfully co-parent. Co-parenting isn’t easy, but it’s often the best thing for your children.  The post 4 Tips for Successful Co-Parenting in 2020 appeared first on Divorce Magazine. Read More […]

6 Warning Signs You Are Dating a Narcissist

Could you be dating a narcissist and not even know it? After starting to date again after divorce, I often found myself drawn toward highly successful professional men who are competitive in business and strongly determined to continue to build their own financial empire.  Their determined, confident attitudes and visible business successes appealed to my […]

How To Rebuild Your Life After Narcissistic Abuse (No Matter How Much You’ve Lost)

  There are so many losses after narcissistic abuse.  It can be daunting to lose yourself, your health, family and friends as well as resources and finances. Today, I share how to rebuild your self, health, important relationships and financial prosperity after narcissistic abuse. Regardless of how old you are, how damaged you feel, how […]

The Texas Legislature Has Limited Discovery Of A Defendant’s Net Worth For Exemplary Damage Claims

Originally published by David Fowler Johnson. Plaintiffs in civil litigation often seek punitive or exemplary damages. “Exemplary damages” means any damages awarded as a penalty or by way of punishment but not for compensatory purposes. Exemplary damages are neither economic nor noneconomic damages. “Exemplary damages” includes punitive damages. Tex. Civ. Prac. & Rem. Code Ann. […]

In Sixth Circuit, a Change in Contribution Payment Methods under a Group Health Plan is not a Loss of Coverage under COBRA

Originally published by Haynes and Boone Benefits Group. In Morehouse v. Steak N Shake, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit (the “Sixth Circuit” or “Circuit Court”) reversed a federal district court’s prior holding that a change in contribution payment methods under a group health plan constitutes a loss of coverage under COBRA. […]