Today, fewer than 10 percent of divorced respondents, according to a relationship survey conducted by Avvo, identified disagreements over how to raise kids as a contributing factor to their divorce—indicating that whatever their other differences, parenting decisions could be shared.
Many landlords already work on a first-come, first-served basis. Others are fighting the new law. Several have filed a complaint in King County Superior Court seeking an injunction against the City of Seattle.
Researchers at the Salk Institute, are sitting on data that could prevent a disease which affects 5.5 million Americans and costs $259 billion per year, but are left to await a federal license to buy a substance that’s available over the counter in their state.
According to Bloomberg, Oregon had the best performing economy in the nation based on employment, home prices, personal income, tax revenue, mortgage delinquency, and publicly traded equity of its companies in 2015, the first year after marijuana was legalized there.
Health, life, auto, home or renters’ insurance – there’s a lot to keep track of. Figure out what coverage you need and what plans you qualify for. Find an insurance broker if you need help to make sure you are neither paying for more than you need or leaving yourself open to unnecessary risk.
Couples can improve their odds by talking about money before pooling it. Getting a prenuptial agreement can help eliminate some of the fear of debt going into marriage and may prevent some of the disagreements about money management that can lead to divorce.
Donald Trump’s campaign made a lot of campaign promises, but none that threatened marriage equality. Nevertheless, proponents of LGBT rights are worried.
One of the biggest myths of U.S. immigration is the myth that once an individual gains citizenship, they can easily “sponsor” their entire extended family. It is true that sponsorship by a naturalized family member is one of the primary ways that new immigrants can legally enter the United States. But it is still extremely challenging to bring family members who live in other countries to the U.S., and only certain relatives are eligible.
Some believe that their landlord’s insurance provides coverage, or that individual renter’s insurance is too expensive. But the obstacles are more imagined than real, and remaining uninsured comes with the real risk of losing all your stuff.
Even the military no longer requires women to dress differently than men, so it would seem like dress code double standards are things of the past. But female employees who want to, say, wear flats instead of heels may still not have a legal leg to stand on.