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October 2019 Archives

Positive thinking can help you transition to single parenthood

Having children when you have gone through a divorce is often a challenge. Not only are you dealing with the transition to single parenting, but you also have to figure out how to move to a parenting relationship with your ex. It is easy to become overwhelmed during this process, but there are ways that you can reduce the likelihood that this will occur.

Documented messaging might benefit co-parents

Dealing with a contentious ex when you have children together is a rough experience. One way that you might be able to reduce the amount of conflict with your ex is to use documented communication, such as messaging, that keeps track of everything that is said. This ensures that nobody can claim something was said when it wasn't, and it takes the guesswork out of trying to decipher what was agreed upon when there's a dispute.

Not everyone accused of assault is guilty under Kentucky law

Assault and battery involves use of physical violence or the attempt to commit physical violence to injure or intimidate another person. Unlike other criminal offenses, where law enforcement may bring charges of their own volition, assault charges usually stem from action taken on the part of a victim. By requesting that law enforcement and prosecutors take action against someone, a victim of violence can secure some degree of justice.

Pneumoconiosis: A serious risk for coal miners

Pneumoconiosis leads to shortness of breath and coughing. The condition is associated with individuals who have spent time in coal mines. It is subject to special provisions in the state's workers' compensation program. These include enhanced benefits for vocational rehabilitation and income replacement.

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