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Slow Down This Holiday Season and Save Valuable Time and Money!

The Holiday season is prime time for auto, motorcycle and pedestrian accidents for many reasons and the days immediately leading up to Christmas are no exception. This year, Hanukkah and Christmas overlap, so many people will be on the roads running errands, and driving to or from social gatherings with family and friends during the… Read More »

Keeping Personal Data Secure in the Midst of a Breakup

October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month and you’ve probably read a lot about it – at work and online, there are many resources preaching best practices designed to minimize risk when it comes to the Internet, hacker and others phishing for your personal information. When it comes to managing cyber risk, it’s important to… Read More »

Considering Marriage Therapy? How to Find the Right Fit for Both of You

With summer behind us, so is the busy season of weddings and anniversary celebrations. Nothing makes a couple take stock in their own relationship more than attending a fabulous affair, full of well thought out details, neatly orchestrated and full of fun and excitement.  If the honeymoon has passed in your relationship and you are… Read More »

Uninsured Motorists – Who Pays When an Accident Occurs?

When it comes to automobile insurance, things can get very confusing. More often than not, many drivers are underinsured or carry the minimum coverage allowed by law. Here in Rhode Island, the minimum coverage that individuals can carry as determined by Rhode Island State law is $25,000 per person/$50,000 per accident bodily injury coverage and… Read More »

How will Divorce Affect your Teen?

There are many considerations that weigh into the decision of pursuing a divorce, with one of the most important being how it will affect the children involved. There’s no debating that children will be affected, but when considering teens, the impact can be quite significant. Why are teens impacted so dramatically by divorce? It’s possible… Read More »

Considering a Late Summer Vacation? Custody Tips to Consider Before you Leave

As August unfolds there is a hint of autumn air settling in and a sense of all that comes along with it – back to school planning, more structured schedules, and the loss of casual summer dress codes at work. Although retailers work hard at making us believe that summer is rapidly ending, the reality… Read More »

Top Reasons to Adopt an Older Child

Considering adoption? You may be interested to know that the current Rhode Island database for children awaiting adoption is in the thousands – and those are for children over the age of 4 years old. Often times, an older child fits more appropriately into an existing family and there certainly are many reasons to consider… Read More »

Take the Distracted Driver Challenge

Summer is a good time to try something new so here’s an idea: take a fresh look at how you are using your mobile device. The great thing about technology is that it makes our lives easier, providing an often seamless connection to our daily business. With that natural connection, it’s easy to multitask, which… Read More »

Using Technology To Help Co–Parent

On the scale of embracing technology, there are early adopters and there are resistors. Wherever you may fall, it’s difficult to argue with the fact that technology can simplify our lives.  In many cases, we may resist using technology because it limits personal interaction between people. When considering communication between parents with shared custody, maybe… Read More »

Teen drivers and Accidents, It happens

Unfortunately, driving experience only comes by actually driving a vehicle, and until that knowledge is gained, allowing a teen to operate a vehicle is a giant leap of faith. Since teenagers receive driving citations at 400 percent the rate of all other motorists on the road, it’s important to minimize the risk of accident whenever… Read More »