Benefits of Debt Reduction

Benefits of Debt Reduction

If you’ve set a goal to pay down your debt this year, you’re not alone. According to a study by NerdWallet, more than 40% of Americans have this goal in sight. Strategically reducing or paying off debt benefits your finances tremendously, but can positively impact...

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“Macros”

“Macros”

As a Certified Health Coach helping clients understand the role of macros in the diet is important. Learning the correct balance for your body is essential. At Total Transformation Training we are here to help you achieve your goals. Not starve or eat weird yucky...

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Q and A With the Pros: All About LASIK

Q and A With the Pros: All About LASIK

If you have a vision problem you have probably heard of Lasik eye surgery. What is it? Apart from prescription eyeglasses and contact lenses, Innovative Eyecare also offers LASIK co-management as part of our vision correction options. It’s a safe, effective and...

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What to Know Before You Go (see an attorney)

What to Know Before You Go (see an attorney)

I have found that some people get intimidated by the mere thought of going to a lawyer.  Some have bought into the notion that we're all ambulance-chasing leeches who only want your money. However, you may find yourself in need of an attorney one day. There are few...

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The Loneliest Journey

The Loneliest Journey

I grew hearing stories of my great-aunt, Hazel. She died long before I was born, three weeks after giving birth at only 21. I was told my great-grandmother never got over it. I couldn’t understand. She had another daughter and eight grandkids. Why wasn’t that enough?...

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Why Mediation in a Divorce

Why Mediation in a Divorce

Mediation is the opportunity to focus on the future. How you got to the point of conflict is secondary to how you move forward.Webster defines mediation as “intervention between conflicting parties to promote reconciliation, settlement or compromise.”  A mediator is a...

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Parental Alienation

Parental Alienation

In my 18+ years of practicing law, I have never seen parental alienation as prevalent as it has been over the last 2 years.Parental alienation is basically when one parent attempts to turn the children against the other parent. This is accomplished through various...

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Protection from Abuse

Protection from Abuse

I was recently interviewed for a story on the local news regarding the denial of a petition for protection from abuse. The denial made headlines because the person who petitioned for the protection order was murdered, along with her new husband and their roommate, by...

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Conflict resolution without lawyers

Conflict resolution without lawyers

We live in a litigious society. As an attorney, that's good for business. However, litigation has never been a preferred way to handle conflicts. Sometimes it's absolutely necessary, others times it's not. There have been many clients whom I've counseled and advised...

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Fathers: The Divorce/Custody Catch-22

Fathers: The Divorce/Custody Catch-22

I've represented a lot of men in custody and divorce cases. Fathers often want (and deserve) sole or joint custody of their children. A problem arises, though, if they've been the primary breadwinner, allowing the mother to stay at home with the children. There are...

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Step-Parent Adoption

Step-Parent Adoption

Adoptions are my favorite thing to do as an attorney. It's filled with joy and new beginnings. Recently, I helped a step-father adopt his adult step-daughter whom he had raised since she was a child. The fact that she, as an adult, wanted to legally be his daughter...

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Thinking of Buying or Selling?

Thinking of Buying or Selling?

1. Keep updates in line with the style of the neighborhood. Expensive upgrades may not pay off if they’re not the norm of the neighborhood. If you plan to sell soon, choose materials and appliances that are on par with the style of the average home in your area.2....

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How to Boost Curb Appeal

How to Boost Curb Appeal

If you’re thinking of selling this year, I would be happy to help you decide which of these projects would net the best value based on my experience. Even if you’re not planning to sell any time soon, updating and maintaining your home regularly shows you take pride...

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Declutter Your Living Spaces

Declutter Your Living Spaces

The average person will spend a total of 3,680 hours, or 153 days of their life, searching for misplaced items.* Typically, the only time many of us think about decluttering our homes or spaces is when we’re getting ready to move. Whether you’re moving or just want to...

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Waiting to Buy a Home?

Waiting to Buy a Home?

You May Miss Out on Low Interest Rates!In December, the Federal Reserve raised the key interest rate by a quarter-point to a range of 0.25% to 0.5%, the first rate increase in nearly a decade. While some experts expect the Fed to raise rates gradually this year, some...

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Get These Toxins Out of Your House

Get These Toxins Out of Your House

“Dr. Hyman, I recently read how endocrine disruptors like environmental toxins can interfere with your hormones,” writes this week’s house call. “I’m really freaked out. I feel like my house is full of toxins. How can I minimize their impact?” Unfortunately, today...

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