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Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month: Recognizing Hispanic Leaders in Law

National Hispanic Heritage Month begins on September 15th and is a time to highlight, recognize, and celebrate the many contributions of Hispanic Americans to the advancement of society. Hispanic Heritage Month was first observed in 1968 as Hispanic Heritage Week, and in 1988, the celebration was expanded to cover a full 30-day period. In recognition of Hispanic Heritage Month 2022, read about five influential Hispanic American attorneys who have shaped society and the legal field as we know it today.

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Eight Great Kids’ Books about Divorce: Young Readers (ages 2 – 8) 

Divorce and parental separation is tough for all members of a family, but it can be extra hard on young children who may not completely understand what’s happening and/or may lack the coping skills to easily adjust to a big change in their lives. One way to smooth the transition and help kids understand what’s happening is by reading books about divorce with your children. Kids of all ages can relate to characters in books and reading about experiences like their own can help them come to terms with big life changes. We’ve gathered our favorite books about divorce and change for young readers to help you and your child conquer the new chapter.

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Your Diary is Discoverable

Research has shown that journaling has many benefits for your emotional and mental health, from helping you achieve goals, to reducing stress and anxiety, and it has become increasingly popular, with many people incorporating daily journaling into their typical routines. Your diary seems like a safe place, where you can write down your innermost thoughts and feelings for your eyes only. However, if you are involved in a custody battle or divorce, you may be surprised to know that in some cases, your private diary could be used as evidence in court.

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Co-parenting Tips for School Year Success

For some families, heading back to school, with its structure and routine, comes as a relief. For others, the end of summer fun is a less welcome time of year, especially for kiddos who are heading to a new school, or just getting used to a new family custody schedule. Co-parenting during the school year can be chaotic, but with a few tips, you can minimize problems and maximize success!

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Meet the Firm Dogs!

Dogs truly are man’s best friend and here at Z Family Law, our pups have a special place in our hearts. Our group chats are filled with photos of our furry coworkers and stories of their many hilarious antics, and we’re always asking each other for pupdates. In honor of International Dog Day on August 26th, some of the ZFL team members shared their favorite things about their canine companions!

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Elliot’s Water Bottle

Starting a new school is scary. Your child doesn’t know anyone and they have to make all new friends, and especially for a shy kid, the prospect of a room full of strangers is daunting, but it doesn’t have to be. Kids find common ground in the simplest of things, so a fun water bottle just might help your child succeed all year long.

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