Francine Russo, of The New York Times, has have made available for download her article, Older Singles Have Found a New Way to Partner Up: Living Apart, published in The New York Times. The article begins as follows: About three years after she was widowed in 2016, the Chicago psychotherapist Linda Randall, then 78, felt … Continue reading NY Times – Older Singles Have Found a New Way to Partner Up: Living Apart (July 16, 2021)
The Joint Committee on Taxation has released its publication, Present Law And Data Related To The Taxation Of Business, summarizing the taxation of business in the US. See full report by clicking JCX-42-17. Posted by Lewis J. Saret, Co-General Editor, Wealth Strategies Journal.
As the holidays approach, many will ask themselves this one key question: should I stay, or should I go? The decision to separate is not an easy one, and it can wreak havoc on a person's emotional, financial and social well being. Indeed, these are the real issues that complicate the process of restructuring a … Continue reading Regina A. DeMeo: What are the Key Points to Consider in a Divorce?
Not too far in the distant past, the Supreme Court ruled in Loving v. Virginia that it was unconstitutional to ban inter-racial marriages. Since that pivotal 1967 decision, the landscape of families and our view of marriage has changed drastically in the United States, however, in 1996 Congress enacted the Defense of Marriage Act ("DOMA") … Continue reading By Regina DeMeo: VA, MD and DC Finally in Sync with Gay Marriages
Lots of questions have surfaced recently as a result of the NFL's handling of the Ray Rice domestic violence incident that occurred in February. While developments will continue to unfold, one thing is clear: sweeping the issue of domestic violence under the rug is no longer an option for professional teams as the public increases its demand for accountability from both the … Continue reading Regina A. DeMeo: What Can We All Learn from the Ray Rice Scandal?