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Meet Judge Lynn Toler At The 2017 Krewe of Sant’ Yago Knight Parade

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Judge Lynn Toler returns as a special guest in the 2017 Krewe of Sant’ Yago Knight Parade in Tampa, Florida.
The Divorce Court judge and Steve Wilkos will be special guests at the annual event on Saturday, February 11 , and fans will have the opportunity to meet both television personalities during a special Meet & Greet session in Centro Ybor plaza before the parade..
Since the early 1970s, The Krewe of the Knights of Sant’ Yago (more...)

Children of Divorce Deserve Special Holiday Attention

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By Rosalind Sedacca, CDC
We all know the holiday season is fraught with stress, overwhelm and pressure for parents. But we are not alone. For children facing their parents’ divorce or who are experiencing their first holiday season post-divorce, this can be an especially tough time of year. So I reach out to all parents, and extended family members, who want to protect children caught in the consequences of a divorce, to be especially mindful and compassionate during (more...)

Get Protected

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Labor Day is nearly upon us and that got me wondering about the history of this holiday. As you may be aware in the mid to late 1800’s many workers in our country labored under horrendous working conditions with little pay and little say about their deplorable, unsanitary, and unsafe conditions. Even children were forced to toil away in factories and mines at half the pay of adults. It wasn’t until the workers united and (more...)

My partner’s daughter didn’t invite me to her birthday

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A woman says her partner’s family are excluding her. Mariella Frostrup says everyone is being immatureThe dilemma My partner has been divorced for four years and his two middle-aged daughters are causing problems in our relationship. For example, the younger daughter wanted only her parents and her partner at her birthday meal at a restaurant, so my partner went behind my back and lied and said it was just him at the meal. I caught him out (more...)

How To Make Sure You Enjoy Mother’s Day After Divorce

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Mother’s Day is often portrayed as another Hallmark occasion, with smiling, multi-generational, nuclear families celebrating their mothers with gifts of food, flowers and sometimes, lavish jewelry. That may not be your reality – it’s not for many mothers I know but that doesn’t mean you should just ignore this occasion. Here are some suggestions for how to make sure you enjoy Mother’s Day after divorce.
For this topic, I chatted with (more...)

Divorcing Your Spouse, Keeping Your In-Laws

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The 1940s remake of a 1927 silent film, a classic tear-jerker, called The Way of All Flesh features a main character, a bank clerk, who accidentally kills another man who robbed him of his watch, his ID, and a large sum of money that he was entrusted to carry. In the midst of a tussle, the man throws the thief under a train. The thief’s mangled body is misidentified as the main character’s because he (more...)