Craft beers have become all the rage in recent years. Many beer drinkers are switching from the famous beers that have been around since their parents' and grandparents' days to those produced by craft breweries, which are small, independent companies. According to the Brewers Association, craft beers made up 12 percent of the U.S. beer market in 2016.
Whether you have primary custody of your kids or you only have weekends and occasional holidays with them, when you remarry, you'll want your children to have a good relationship with their new stepparent. Generally, this bonding begins before you and your new significant other marry.
You've been granted supervised visitation with your child. You likely have a lot of questions about what that means, how it will work and what is expected of you. You may feel resentful that the only way you can see your child is if a social worker, counselor or adult family member is present. You may be required to go to a designated facility like a child care center. Sometimes, the child is allowed to come to the parent's home with the supervising adult.
Let's say a police officer pulls you over in a traffic stop. Just thinking of the possibility of something like this happening may make your blood pressure rise. While it's true that facing a traffic stop or any other detainment situation with a law enforcement officer can be quite stressful, if you're fully aware of your personal rights and how to protect them, you may be able to mitigate your circumstances, especially if the situation lands you behind bars.
Even if you and your co-parent have worked to avoid spending any more time than necessary together since your divorce, a child's graduation is one of those occasions where you'll likely have to be together. You may also have to deal with ex in-laws you may not have seen for a long time or your ex's new significant other.
Yet another fraternity at East Carolina University (ECU) is facing disciplinary action due to the alleged activities of its members. Four members of Phi Kappa Tau are facing multiple criminal charges following a raid of their fraternity house. The Greenville Regional Drug Task Force obtained a search warrant, which was executed on April 10, on the house.