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Monthly Archives: December 2017

Here’s how the tax plan could change divorce in a big way | New York Post

Congress’ giant tax overhaul is poised to reach virtually every corner of American life — even Splitsville. Republicans delivered their sweeping plan Wednesday to an exultant President Donald… Source: www.nypost.com     Here’s how the tax plan could change divorce in a big way Congress’ giant tax overhaul is poised to reach virtually every corner of American life — even Continue Reading...

Man fatally stabbed in Miami Beach apartment, police say

Source: www.local10.com     Man fatally stabbed in Miami Beach apartment, police say A man was fatally stabbed Thursday morning inside an apartment in Miami Beach, authorities said. The stabbing was reported shortly before 7:30 a.m. at an apartment at 1241 14th St. Miami Beach police spokesman Ernesto Rodriguez said officers arrived to the apartment and found the body of Continue Reading...

Florida man accused of using crossbow to kill cat deported before trial | Miami Herald

Miami-Dade prosecutors had wanted prison time for Georgios Lollias for the April crossbow death of Strushie the cat. Source: www.miamiherald.com   Man accused of killing Miami cat with crossbow deported – before his criminal trial There won’t exactly be justice for Strushie the cat. The South Beach hotel clerk accused of killing the popular neighborhood stray — with a crossbow Continue Reading...

Bartenders, Telemarketers Among Jobs With Highest Divorce Rate « CBS Miami

According to data from a five-year survey by the U.S. Census Bureau, gaming managers have the highest divorce rate as 52.9 percent eventually split up with their partner. Source: www.miami.cbslocal.com     Bartenders, Telemarketers Among Jobs With Highest Divorce Rate Money may not buy happiness, but according to one study it may help keep a marriage together. Researchers have revealed the Continue Reading...

FIU partners with Miami-Dade State Attorney on LGBTQ hate crimes

Source: www.news.fiu.edu       FIU partners with Miami-Dade State Attorney on LGBTQ hate crimes Hate crimes against lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) individuals are poorly understood and vastly underreported, making the investigation and prosecution of these crimes extremely difficult. Research on these crimes also pales in comparison to studies of racially-motivated crimes. To help police and prosecutors better Continue Reading...

Why You Don’t Have to Rush to Get a Divorce Before 2018 – Bloomberg

Republican lawmakers are giving unhappy couples just a little more time to try to work out their differences. Source: www.bloomberg.com     Why You Don’t Have to Rush to Get a Divorce Before 2018 Republican lawmakers are giving unhappy couples just a little more time to try to work out their differences. The final version of the GOP tax bill Continue Reading...

Divorce Is Making American Families 66% Bigger – Bloomberg

Americans’ sprawling stepfamilies can make it harder to stay close. Source: www.bloomberg.com     Divorce Is Making American Families 66% Bigger This holiday season, many Americans may need a flow chart to figure how they’re all related. What do you call, for example, your stepmother’s son’s live-in girlfriend’s 11-year-old son? As family structures become more complicated, a new body of new research is Continue Reading...

8 Ways Divorce Attorneys Approach Relationships Differently | HuffPost

Source: www.huffingtonpost.com     8 Ways Divorce Attorneys Approach Relationships Differently Married divorce lawyers have an interesting perspective on relationships. Sure, they’ve seen things get ugly for their clients, but that doesn’t necessarily mean they’re pessimists who’ve lost all faith in love.  In fact, their careers have arguably made them better partners. They know what unhealthy relationship habits look like, Continue Reading...

Hialeah man killed wife after they drove to City Hall to get divorce, police say

Source: www.local10.com     Hialeah man killed wife after they drove to City Hall to get divorce, police say A Hialeah man faces a second-degree murder charge, a week after he killed his wife after they drove to City Hall to file for divorce, authorities said. According to an arrest report, officers responded to a call the morning of Dec. Continue Reading...
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