Archives for December 2013

Parental Alienation in a Florida Child Custody Dispute

The divorce process can be especially challenging for parents because the intense emotions and animosity that accompany divorce may make the prospect of a long-term co-parenting relationship a daunting task.  A wealth of data suggests children are less likely to experience the impact of divorce if parents are able to build a constructive amicable co-parenting […]

How Does Acid Reflux Affect a Breathalyzer Test?

  Being pulled over by the police is stressful. It is even more so if you are suspected of driving under the influence. However, if you have the medical condition GERD or gastroesophogal reflux disease, better known simply as acid reflux or heartburn, you might end up receiving a false reading on a breathalyzer test. […]

Underage Drinking – When Parents are Responsible

  In 1984, the National Minimum Drinking Age Act was passed requiring all states to increase the minimum purchase and public possession of alcohol to the age 21. Despite the fact that all states are in compliance with the act, in certain circumstances, legal loopholes and exemptions exist in a number of states giving minors […]