Posted by RahaimSaints on February 24, 2015 | Divorce
Thereâ€™s no question that a divorce is hard on everyone involved. From dealing with finances to contemplating your â€” and your childrenâ€™s â€” future, the process can be emotionally triggering.
Itâ€™s no surprise that spouses of both sexes have reported insomnia, panic attacks, depression, anxiety and a number of other physical and mental health consequences during divorce. Particularly when the process is difficult and drawn out, itâ€™s important to take care of yourself and reduce the burden this stress is having on your health.
Learn Healthy Ways to Process Stress
Everyone handles stressful situations differently. While some people have an unnatural capacity for grace under pressure, for most of us the temptation to bury ourselves in our bad habits is all too real.…
Posted by RahaimSaints on February 12, 2015 | Bankruptcy
Declaring bankruptcy is something most people set out to avoid â€” it makes senses that few outside of the legal and financial professions have more than a basic understanding of what the process involves. Indeed, to many the vocabulary alone can be intimidating, which is likely part of the reason why it has such a fearsome reputation.
If youâ€™re worried about your personal finances or the future of your business, demystifying the bankruptcy process is the first step in getting back on track. No matter how bad you may think things have gotten, youâ€™ll likely discover that with the help of a skilled bankruptcy attorney, it is possible to turn things around.
What Is Bankruptcy?
The first step in understanding personal bankruptcy is to understand the different chapters.…
Posted by RahaimSaints on February 4, 2015 | Criminal
With a population just shy of one million residents, the state of Delaware sees more than its fair share of crimes. While many of the stateâ€™s residents live peaceful lives, for others the reality is far different.
Wilmington, in particular, has been labeled the most dangerous small city in America by the website Movoto.com, with 1,703 violent crimes per 100,000 residents. Indeed, our state is very much one of extremes when it comes to crime. For example, Newark, home to the University of Delaware, sees a disproportionate number of alcohol-related offenses â€” which is perhaps to be expected â€” in addition to high rates of more disturbing crimes such as assault and rape.
Important Trends and Statistics
Analyzing data collected between 2008 and 2012, the Delaware Statistical Analysis Center came to a number of conclusions regarding crime in the state:
- Serious crime is on the way down.