Fresno, CA (PRWEB) February 5, 2008
Family law litigator and founding partner of Childs & Childs, PLC, Erin Childs, will be giving a short presentation on Collaborative Divorce during the February 12th Fresno Women’s Network monthly luncheon. Erin invites you to attend so that you can gain useful information for yourself, your friends, family or anyone who needs those services for that matter.
Where and When:
Where: Love and Garlic at 5351 N. Diana Court
Fresno, CA 93710
When: February 12, 2008 at 11:30 a.m.
at the Fresno Women’s Network monthly luncheon
If you would like to attend, but are not a member of the Fresno Women’s Network, contact Anna VanderPoel of our office and we can arrange to have you admitted.
What is Collaborative Divorce? Collaborative Divorce is an innovative approach where a couple agrees in writing to dissolve their marriage with respect, dignity and honesty. These divorces often resolve more quickly than traditional divorce litigation and for a fraction of the cost. Couples also benefit from the use of trained professionals such as attorneys, financial and child specialists and therapists to reach the best settlement that meets the needs of all involved.
Besides the time and financial benefit of collaborative divorce, the primary benefit is that participants avoid the trauma, character assassination and humiliation that take place during most traditionally-litigated divorces. The collaborative process seeks to preserve relationships. This is done with the idea that most divorces involve children and couples must co-parent for many years after a divorce is done.
This method of divorce was started by a family law litigator, Stu Webb, about a decade ago. Mr. Webb was tired of seeing how families were destroyed and resources depleted after “scorched earth” litigation. Back then, divorcing couples only had two options, doing it themselves or do it through litigation, which inevitably led to years of fighting, court appearances, stress, trauma and financial devastation.
Since then, collaborative divorce has spread like wildfire and more and more, couples are choosing collaborative divorce. These couples are spending a fraction of the money they normally would on a traditional litigation as well as a fraction of the time. They are saving time and money, but most importantly, through the help of trained professionals and divorce coaches, they are preserving relationships for the years after a divorce enabling them to effectively co-parent. They are also protecting their children from the bloodbath that is family litigation while having the protection, and advice of their own attorney.
It is estimated that internationally over 20,000 professionals have received training in collaborative divorce. Erin states, “This is definitely not a flash in the pan type of divorce. It is here to stay and hopefully grow and grow. Locally, we are training ourselves every chance we get and have been trained by one of the best, Pauline Tesler, a leader in the international collaborative movement. We are very excited about this, and want to see less emotional destruction and more peace. Hopefully, this can help many people in our local area and internationally.”
If you are anticipating a divorce, or if you know someone who is, please let him or her know this is a new option in the Central Valley and invite that person to attend the February 12th luncheon. This is an alternative that many couples would choose if they knew it was an option. We just need your help to get the word out!
If you are unable to attend the meeting and would like more information or would like to speak to an attorney who can help you, contact Childs & Childs at your earliest convenience. We would be more than happy to sit down and discuss your options with you.
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Jacksonville, FL (PRWEB) January 25, 2012
Donald J. Dymer, president and chief executive officer of SingleSource Services Corporation, a background screening company based in Jacksonville Beach Florida announced today that a proclamation was issued by Mayor Alvin Brown that stated, The City of Jacksonville joins SingleSource in recognizing the importance about speaking out against sexual abuse and in educating the community about ways to identify sexual offenders and protect children from harm. In addition, The City Council of Jacksonville issued a resolution also honoring the month and expressing support for the Protect the Children Conference.
The Mayoral proclamation noted the goal of the February 3rd, Protect the Children Conference at the University of Florida is to illuminate the issues associated with childhood sexual abuse. It goes on further to say that if we are to stop sexual abuse against children, we must stop the silence by educating the community about the signs of abuse and encouraging victims to speak out about their experiences.
Don Dymer, president and chief executive officer of SingleSource Services Corporation and sponsor of the conference thanked Mayor Brown at the Jacksonville Oceanside Rotary Club breakfast on January 24. Having the Mayors support means a great deal to us. Mayor Brown is a man of conviction and action, and we hope to take that energy and carry it from our conference on February 3rd throughout the entire month as we launch an aggressive educational campaign. The objective of The Protect the Children Conference, sponsored by SingleSource Services Corporation, is to illuminate the issues surrounding the sexual abuse of children and youth outside of the home by those entrusted with their care such as coaches, teachers, clergy, mentors and volunteers.
Mr. Dymer is encouraging all those who are involved with the care, education and mentoring of children and youth to attend this important conference. Headlining the conference will be Dr. Gene Abel, Director of Research at Abel Screening in Atlanta. Dr. Abel has won numerous honors and awards for his work and research projects that have uncovered new information to help prevent child sexual abuse. The conference agenda includes other noted professionals from the nations leading organizations who will provide invaluable insight on what people can do to identify and prevent child sexual abusers from becoming the volunteers or employees who will have youth entrusted to their care.
Every day thousands of children will be sexually abused by people they trust, notes Dymer. The children cannot stop this epidemic but adults can.
To find out more about the conference, please contact Donald J. Dymer at SingleSource Services Corporation at the telephone listed number below. To read the complete brochure and register for the event please visit: http://www.singlesourceservices.com/protectthechildren or call 1.800.713.3412.
Skillman, NJ (PRWEB) February 17, 2012
Personal health record (PHR) provider ZweenaHealth.com recently received mention in the Health and Wellness section of the February 2012 edition of Scholastic Parent & Child magazine. The article in the Click this! column of the editorial highlighted Zweena as an online PHR service that helps families by collecting medical records from various providers and assembling them in one safe place for easy access. Zweena LLC is a provider of online PHR and health information technology services that assembles patient medical records directly from doctor’s offices, organizes and digitizes them to create an electronic health record that provides updated health information that is safe, actionable, and easy to understand, manage and share.
Published by Scholastic, Parent & Child Magazine highlights family-oriented topics such as activities and crafts, children’s health and wellness, development, family recipes, daycare, nursery, preschool, and elementary school, reading, testing, and others. Zweena is a provider of online PHR solutions for families, and was featured in the “Click this!” column of the health and wellness editorial of the February 2012 edition of the magazine.
The column focused on how the Zweena service helps families by collecting family members’ medical histories from medications to tests, lab results, and surgeries, and assembling them into a digital health record. The article also explained that families can go on to access the files from their home computer and share the information with family doctors and pharmacists as they choose.
The article concluded by explaining how Zweena also benefits families by keeping all the information in one secure place to save precious time during medical emergencies and also by helping to protect against medication mistakes.
The reference to Zweena can be found on page 50 of the February 2012 print edition of Scholastic Parent & Child.
Zweena continues to be recognized as a trusted and people-centered online PHR solution that is poised to revolutionize the way people see PHRs and how they use them on a day-to-day basis, says CEO John Phelan.
Zweena’s online PHR and service provides patients and providers with a secure, private and easy-to-access platform that offers a truly comprehensive accurate online personal health record. By minimizing stress and error and presenting useful health information in a clear and actionable way, Zweena allows patients to really be in control of their health information, and makes it possible for providers to access updated and accurate information that saves human life, critical time and unnecessary costs.
The Zweena service can be accessed at ZweenaHealth.com, and is available as a 60-day free trial. To learn more or get started, please visit zweenahealth.com/free-trial/, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Zweena help line on 877-848-4248 for more information.
Zweena empowers patients, their families and healthcare providers to get the best care and make the best health decisions proactively. Zweena achieves this by collecting patient medical records, assembling and storing them with Microsoft HealthVault, and delivering an online personal health record that is safe, private, and easy to access and share at any time, and from any place. Zweena provides you with an easy and structured way to access and store your personal health record, helping you to make sense of it all and always keeping your vital health information within reach during those critical moments in life.
(PRWEB UK) 4 February 2013
According to the BBC news report dated 4th Feb 2013 and research carried out by a child protection watchdog suggests children are increasingly being groomed over the internet for the purpose of online sex abuse. The organisation said that parents need to talk to their children about safety online. Figures show that 1,145 reports to Ceop in 2012 relate to incidents of online grooming.
The report goes on to say that victims are tricked by the abusers by pretending to be someone the child already knows and then con them into giving their password before threatening them into engaging in sexual activates with them. More needs to be done to protect children on line before they become a victim of abuse.
Private Detective in London offer parental monitoring that can be downloaded onto a child computer which will report all the activity that has happened on their childs computer such as: incoming and outgoing email and social network messages, times the child has logged on and off of the computer, websites visited and key strokes typed, among other services. This software can be monitored by the parent with daily reports.
A spokesperson from Private Detective in London said:
Parental computer monitoring software will keep the parent informed about the childs online activity including the times they are logged in. This can help prevent anything untoward happening on line and it will show if your child is on the computer when they should be asleep.
Private Detective in London has a pool of skilled and highly trained private detectives and private investigators in the UK and abroad. This nationwide company includes their long associated business partners Private Detective in Manchester who can supply investigation services in and around the London area.