Where Does Immigration Reform Stand?

Although comprehensive immigration reform is currently at a standstill, programs expanded and created through executive actions by President Obama likely will come to fruition in the coming months. Latino legislators recently encouraged immigrants who may qualify for the programs to be prepared for the new benefits. Read More

Federal Texas Judge Blocks Obama's Immigration Reform Orders

What will it mean to millions of illegal immigrants now that a federal judge in Texas has blocked executive actions by President Obama authorizing the expedited legalization of immigrants who are not U.S citizens? Read More

Family Law: Important Things to Consider Before Filing for a Divorce

To say that divorce can be a trying time for everyone involved is something of an understatement. It's a life-altering decision that will have important ramifications for everyone in your inner circle of friends, family members and other loved ones. Before you make the decision to contact a family attorney and file for divorce, however, there are a few key things you need to keep in mind. Read More

New Jersey Mayors Continue Move to Issue ID Cards to Undocumented Immigrants

The mayor of Newark, New Jersey, along with other mayors across the state, is moving forward with plans to issue ID cards to undocumented immigrants, according to a recent press conference. The ID cards would allow undocumented workers to gain access to basic services in the cities, and Newark mayor Ras Baraka has urged other cities and towns in the state to follow suit, saying that all residents should be afforded basic protections as they travel through the state. Read More

4 Tips for Being a Supportive Parent During Divorce

If you and your spouse have made the difficult decision to dissolve your marriage, the next step is sharing this information with loved ones. Breaking the news to you’re your children that Mommy and Daddy will no longer live together can be just as hard as deciding to divorce in the first place. Follow these helpful strategies to support your children during this confusing time in all of your lives. Read More

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