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Monthly Archives: March 2012

Keep Track Of How Your Kid Feels

However, keep track of how your kid feels. If she/he is still feeling threatened, be prepared to call the bully back. Tell the bully that if he calls, texts or Facebooks your kid again, you will call the cops. When … Continue reading

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What Do You Do When The Attacks Are Done By Social Media Or On Cell Phones?

How do you document this kind of bullying behavior without sounding like you are over-reacting to something that is not considered a big deal by the school? Here are a few suggestions that may help. 1. As soon as your … Continue reading

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Peer Group Pressure and Kids

Isn’t social media great?! We can stay in touch on Facebook, by Twitter or phone texting. We can get immediate input for any problems we tell each other. It is great! Or is it? Not everyone on Facebook, Twitter or … Continue reading

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Virtual Law Offices

For most lawyers, those with brick and mortar offices, when you get a call from a potential client, you ask the “usual” questions: What’s the case about? Who is involved? Do I have any conflicts I have to resolve? Can … Continue reading

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Choosing the Right Lawyer

Here is the scenario: You work with Joe X but don’t get along with him. You feel he’s abusive but can’t do anything about it. Then Joe X starts dishing out the same abuse to his boss. The boss man … Continue reading

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