COVID-19 Makes Me Feel Like We're Living in the Twilight Zone

Written By Lauren Pearl, Pearl Concierge Services

The Twilight Zone TV series is on my mind a lot right now in this “foreign” world where people are wearing masks!

When I was 5 years old I watched The Pig Faced Doctors episode of "The Twilight Zone."

Masked doctors were staring down at their pati...

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The Millennial Approach to Marriage

Written by Yuliia Litvinchuck, Content Coordinator @ LegalJobSite.Net

Back in the day when Gen-Xr's, Baby Boomers and those born before them used to get married, many of them considered "holy matrimony" to be sacred. If two people decided to walk down the aisle and "tie the knot," that knot was u...

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Things to Consider Before Moving Out Of State After A Divorce

Two things Americans do a lot is file for divorce and move away from their spouse. Matters can get complicated when you want to do both at the same time, especially if there are children involved or if you're moving out of state after divorce.

The law for moving during and after a divorce varies...

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Prenuptial Agreements on The Rise: Millennials Grow Up and Wise Up

Written By Judith L. Poller, Esq. of Pryor Cashman LLP

Prenuptial Agreements, or “prenups” as they are often called, are legally binding contracts that couples sign prior to their marriage for the primary purpose of determining how their property will be divided or distributed in the event of div...

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5 Hacks to Survive the Pandemic With Your Partner

Written by Deborah Mecklinger, LL.B, M.S.W, A.T.C

Living in lockdown has shortened everyone’s fuse. Heightened stress, however, does not mean we should expect less of our partners. On the contrary, we should strive to deliver more, reducing our negative output and elevating our behavior. 

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