The History of Human Rights & Civil Rights The history of both human rights and civil rights often overlap in a lot of ways. Human Rights Refer to the fundamental ways every human on the planet deserves to be treated. Do not vary from country to country, or from government to government. Include access to … Continue reading Something Different – December 2019
20 Amazing Kids. 1 Powerful Message. A blind football player, a social justice activist, and a girl with a glitter-shooting prosthetic arm are among the 20 kids featured in Marvel's "Hero Project." The new Disney+ docuseries puts the spotlight on kids who are inspiring their communities and making a positive difference in the world.
Smart Ways to Manage Time Eleanor Roosevelt, who oversaw the drafting of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, knew a thing or two about being busy. To fit relaxation into a hectic schedule, she recommended sticking to a regular routine, finishing the hardest chores first, and teaching children the basics of self-care.
A Season of Peace While Hanukkah candles and Christmas trees bring light to the darkness of winter, the United Nations combats darkness within our society by promoting the light of peace. Human Rights Day is observed each year on December 10th – the day the United Nations General Assembly adopted the Universal Declaration of Human … Continue reading Featured Story – December 2019
The December 2019 Edition of LegalSmart focuses on Human and Civil Rights! Download LegalSmart Here: LegalSmart - December 2019 Featured Story: A Season of Peace Trending Now: 20 Amazing Kids. 1 Powerful Message. Something Different: The History of Human Rights & Civil Rights Tip of the Month: Smart Ways to Manage Time
Preparing for Your Home Study It’s really common for prospective parents to get nervous before their adoption home study, but remember: the social worker is there to make sure your home is safe, not perfect. The best thing you can do is relax, and be honest and open with your case worker. You might also … Continue reading Tip of the Month – November 2019
Dumb Fridge? Smart Camera. Love the idea of a smart refrigerator, but don’t want to make the investment? Here’s your solution. The Fridge Eye is a smart camera that allows you to view the inside of your fridge from anywhere—for a fraction of the cost. With a little help from an app, you’ll always know … Continue reading #TrendingNow – November 2019
Public or Private Adoption: The Different Routes Available Public Adoption Wait time: can happen immediately, depending on the situation A state-funded system Seeks to ultimately reunite children with their biological families Usually involves children of varying age ranges Private Adoption Wait time: 1-12 months, on average More expenses involved Birth parents usually place their child … Continue reading Something Different – November 2019
Get Legal Help With Adoption Adopting a child is such a joyful time for parents, but the process can be tough to navigate without the right kind of help. Because of all the legal issues and paperwork involved, working with a lawyer who’s well-versed in adoption procedures can make all the difference. Our legal services … Continue reading Featured Story – November 2019
The November 2019 Edition of LegalSmart focuses on Adoption! Download LegalSmart Here: LegalSmart - November 2019 Featured Story: Get Legal Help With Adoption Trending Now: Dumb Fridge? Smart Camera. Something Different: Public or Private Adoption: The Different Routes Available Tip of the Month: Preparing For Your Home Study