Teens and Summer Jobs-Legal Issues to Consider

Working a summer job is a rite of passage for the America teenager. Whether they are bussing tables, mowing lawns, or working as life guards at the neighborhood pool, summer jobs are a great way for teens to earn their own money and learn good old-fashioned work ethic and responsibility. My summer job as a teenager […]

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Did Someone Talk Your Rich Uncle into Writing You Out of His Will? In Texas, It’s Too Bad, So Sad.

My rising second grader recently crossed the line between “sounding-every-single-word” reader to “can-read-anything” reader. How did I know she had crossed that line? She started reading every offensive bumper sticker out loud looking for clarification. Recent gems include “Male escort for hire,” “I got kicked out of boy scouts for eating a brownie,” and “If […]

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Questions from My Kids on the Border Crisis

“When I was a boy and I would see scary things in the news, my mother would say to me, ‘Look for the helpers. You will always find people who are helping. To this day, especially in times of disaster, I remember my mother’s words, and I am always comforted by realizing that there are […]

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Estate Planning for Digital Assets

Did you know on average there are 107 online accounts per registered e-mail address? In two short years, that number is expected to climb to 207. Can your brain remember 207 login and password combos? I know mine can’t. If you could see any of my five e-mail accounts, you would see that I am constantly […]

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