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Modern Family Matters is a podcast based out of Portland, OR that discusses a variety of different topics, ranging from divorce and custody to adoption and estate planning. We believe that there is no such thing as "broken" family, and that true family can take on many different forms. Join our host, Steve Altishin, as he interviews attorneys and other industry professionals on all matters pertaining to the modern family.
 
Your family matters. And, it is in the random minutes throughout the day when you can show just how much you love them. Five Minute Family is a quick five-minute podcast to give you encouragement, ideas, and biblical wisdom to get you motivated to begin investing five minutes a day (that snowball into more and more minutes) to transform your family life.
 
Family Matters First is a Mon-Fri (5 day a week) podcast. Co-Founders Jim and Teresa Adams share in a real and transparent way their success and failures over the course of their 29 year marriage. These relationship experts offer advice, teaching, and training on everything from dating, to engaged, to married, to married with children. Teresa holds a Master's in Marriage and Family Therapy, she is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and a National Certified Counselor (NCC). Jim is former ...
 
If you, a friend or family member is facing a divorce or similar family law matter, then this show is for you. Here is where we share our experience and knowledge to help others navigate a challenging phase of life. This show is a re-broadcast of a Radio Show sponsored by Meriwether and Tharp, a law firm with over 40 lawyers focusing on divorce and family law matters.
 
I do, I sue – The Family Law Podcast is a bi-weekly podcast where we walk through various topics in family law matters. Our goal is to provide information that is relevant, topical and interesting that is accessible and relatable. This podcast is for clients, practitioners and everybody else who is interested in family law. Gillian Yeend & Timothy Nicholls share their insights, experience and welcome you to the world of family law.
 
Join host Chris McCarthy as he grabs your ears with both hands and takes them on an audio adventure through the 9th and final season of beloved 90s sitcom Family Matters. Featuring fans and non-fans of the show, we analyze the absurdity of each of the 22 episodes and are joined by some colorful characters who claim to be creators of the TGIF staple itself!
 
Arm yourself with knowledge, know your rights, and avoid becoming a victim of injustice. The Military Law &Life Matters Podcast empowers you to take charge of military law issues such as how to upgrade your discharge, what to do when facing an Officer Grade Determination to other legal issues we may face at various stages of our life. In addition to legal topics, the podcast will also cover Life Matters--Life Lessons I've learned along the way. This podcast is for our Heroes: Active Duty, Re ...
 
Learn more about the current economy and personal finance with Money Matters. Each week, President Chad P. Wilson CFP® of McKenzie Banking Company / Foundation Bank provides a unique perspective, in layman’s terms, on economic trends and their implications for everyday financial decisions. McKenzie Banking Company / Foundation Bank is a family owned community bank in West Tennessee. For more information visit foundationbank.org.”
 
"Health Matters" with Paul Rosen is a resource for anyone who wants to live a better, healthier lifestyle through nutrition. Nutrition and alternative health expert Paul Rosen customizes individual solutions for patients suffering from fatigue, digestive issues, body aches, migraines, arthritis, bursitis, osteoporosis, heart disease, food sensitivities, and countless other issues. Learn how to make yourself better through nutrition, and how to properly read food labels and avoid environmenta ...
 
Houston Matters is a radio program airing weekdays at 9 am on Houston Public Media News 88.7 FM in Houston. During each hour, we’ll investigate the issues and ideas, people and places that make Houston…well…Houston! We’ll talk about current events, politics, education, health care, the environment, business, transportation, arts and culture, literature, sports and leisure. But we also hope that what we do each day on Houston Matters serves as the beginning of a conversation — one we hope you ...
 
Host Valerie Zaric is a mother on a journey for financial independence. She is helping other parents do the same. In this show, we focus on making more money and spending less, so we can focus on what really matters to us. Learn more at valeriezaric.com
 
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In this modern world of digital everything, and social media mayhem, it’s very easy to see how extra-marital flirtation and affairs can entice and ensnare unsuspecting partners. With no face-to-face contact, one can believe that there is no real harm in engaging in a little online flirtation, but this is the very behaviour that is leading people do…
 
Join us as we sit down with Patent Attorney, J. Curtis Edmondson, to discuss intellectual property, what it is, and common issues that clients face in divorce and estate planning cases. In this podcast, Curtis and Steve discuss the following: • Understanding What Constitutes Intellectual Property • Issues That Can Arise When Dividing Copyrights, Pa…
 
Leh and Todd finish up their review of the Rules of Evidence. In particular, they focus on the exceptions to the hearsay rule. While these rules can get complicated, they take their time to present them in an understandable way. If you can't survive an 'objection' to your evidence, the Judge won't be able to consider it. If you would like a transcr…
 
This week on Family Policy Matters, NC Family president John Rustin sits down with Mary Frances Forrester to discuss her new book about her husband, former North Carolina State Senator James Forrester, and his fight for marriage in North Carolina.저자 John Rustin with Mary Frances Forrester
 
The merger of the Federal Circuit Court and Family Court of Australia will take effect today, with hopes that it will cut costs and wait times for resolving matters. So how might these changes play out in reality? Plus how adopting the philosophy of stoicism can make your world better, and preserving Indigenous stories in children's books.…
 
On Friday's Houston Matters: We examine how local schools are handling COVID-19 this fall in the classroom. Also this hour: We get an update on efforts to reform the state's foster care system. Then, from a very narrow house selling for top dollar, to homecoming mums from Chili's, we discuss The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly of the week's news. And w…
 
Welcome to I do, I sue – The Family Law Podcast. In Episode 8, Gillian and Tim are joined by mortgage broker extraordinaire, Amy Small. Amy is the principal of Small Local Brokers. Amy has worked in the finance industry for 12 years and has numerous accolades to show for her dedication and consistent hard work, achieving great outcomes for her clie…
 
On Thursday's Houston Matters: Houston has a new interim housing director amid a dramatic week in city politics. We learn more about why Mayor Sylvester Turner fired Tom McCasland, the previous director, who alleged the mayor steered Harvey relief funds for affordable housing to a preferred developer’s project. Also this hour: Former Obama administ…
 
Don’t miss a single podcast of CMDA Matters. You can subscribe through iTunes or GooglePlay, download our free CMDA app and or listen on our website at www.cmda.org/cmdamatters. This weekly podcast hosted by Dr. Mike Chupp features one interview with brief news and announcements that matter to you. Dr. Daniel O’Neill joins Dr. Mike Chupp on this we…
 
Our awareness of death develops in stages, which can be distressing for young children and that fear of death continues to shape the way we behave in later life, but tapers off as we are closer to dying. Anxiety about death has shaped every aspect in human society, from religion to our use of social media platforms like instagram and TikTok, so how…
 
Many Christian families have never taken time to pray together regularly, and have not known the incredible bond that forms as a result of those simple prayers. Other families will testify to the amazing faith-building and intimate times shared as their family has sought the Lord together. How important is family prayer time then?…
 
On Wednesday's Houston Matters: The deputies who staff the Harris County Jail have filed a federal lawsuit over working conditions there. They claim they're so understaffed that some officers have urinated in trash cans or soiled their clothes because they couldn’t get a bathroom break. Houston Chronicle reporter Gabrielle Banks gives us details. A…
 
The Department of Defense Electronic Reading Room publishes the decisions of the Corrections of Discharge Review Boards (DRB) and the Boards for Correction of Military/Naval Records (BCMR) at a public website. You can go to the website below and read decisions from each of the services to get an idea of what an applicant stated with regard to the e…
 
On Tuesday's Houston Matters: Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo joins us to answer your questions about issues facing the county. Also this hour: Gov. Greg Abbott has signed into law another bill designed to quash the teaching of critical race theory in public schools – something educators say they don’t teach. We take a closer look at what the new …
 
Thirty seven per cent of us have lived through more than one disaster in the last year and a half. How does that affect you and how can you get through it? Also, meet 70-year-old ultramarathon runner Ross Johnston, and visit the Sydney primary school whose students are taking concrete, evidence-based steps to eliminate racism from their campus.…
 
On Monday's Houston Matters: We preview the third special session of the Texas Legislature, which begins today. Also this hour: We hear a lot about the health impact of COVID-19. But what about what it ends up costing patients? ER visits, hospital stays, even lost wages -- it all adds up. We examine the literal cost of COVID. Then, the U.S. Nuclear…
 
More than one million Australians have an autoimmune disease, such as multiple sclerosis, type 1 diabetes, arthritis and others. But more is being learnt about the causes of these diseases is every day, and effective treatments can have a real impact on quality of life. Experts and listeners living with autoimmune diseases share their experiences.…
 
Leh and Todd take on the rules of evidence. More specifically, they discuss the exceptions to the hearsay rule. Hearsay is somewhat straightforward: It is an out of court statement that goes to the truth of the matter asserted. What makes this simple rule complicated are all the exceptions to this rule. In order to properly introduce your evidence …
 
On Friday's Houston Matters: An FDA committee will rule today whether COVID booster shots are safe. And, if that approval comes, the Memorial Hermann Hospital System, for one, is prepared to offer those as soon as Monday. We discuss the possible rollout of booster shots and get a general update on the COVID-19 situation in Houston with Dr. David Ca…
 
The pandemic has already seen a spike in relationship splits and divorces, but experts say the break-up curve is still expected to climb. Plus, Australian Business Volunteers celebrates 40 years working in community development. And what can you do when you face surprising job competition from your 'singles bubble' buddy?…
 
On Thursday's Houston Matters: Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton continues to sue school districts across the state over their mask policies, accusing them of defying the governor's executive order banning public schools and local municipalities from issuing their own mask mandates. We learn about this latest volley in the ongoing battle between st…
 
Don’t miss a single podcast of CMDA Matters. You can subscribe through iTunes or GooglePlay, download our free CMDA app and or listen on our website at www.cmda.org/cmdamatters. This weekly podcast hosted by Dr. Mike Chupp features one interview with brief news and announcements that matter to you. Dr. Farr A. Curlin joins Dr. Mike Chupp on this we…
 
On Wednesday's Houston Matters: Electricity is back for all but about 80,000 CenterPoint Energy customers in the Houston metro area, but, as we largely escaped the worst of Nicholas, some communities south and east of us saw a little more damage. We check in with Brazoria County Judge Matt Sebesta about storm surge damage and flooding in Surfside B…
 
Reusing and repurposing items in your household can go a long way towards addressing waste. But there are structural challenges to this kind of circular economy, that will make a big impact. Plus how TikTok is helping women recognise ADHD symptoms, and what's happening to local quotas for Australian kids television content?…
 
The Department of Defense Electronic Reading Room publishes the decisions of the Corrections of Discharge Review Boards (DRB) and the Boards for Correction of Military/Naval Records (BCMR) at a public website. You can go to the website below and read decisions from each of the services to get an idea of what an applicant stated with regard to the e…
 
On Tuesday's Houston Matters: We devote the hour to bringing you the latest on what was Hurricane Nicholas, its impact on Greater Houston, and efforts to deal with its aftermath. We talk with meteorologist Eric Berger of Space City Weather, Harris County emergency management officials, and News 88.7 reporters in the field.…
 
It can be quite difficult for a mom to let go of her kids as they reach adulthood and start to make a life of their own, but what if you are the child whose mom is having a hard time releasing you from her care? How do you let her know that you need to be independent of her in a respectful way?저자 Focus on the Family Africa
 
This week on Family Policy Matters, host Traci DeVette Griggs welcomes Luke Niforatos from Smart Approaches to Marijuana to discuss the dangers of legalizing marijuana in North Carolina and nationwide. Niforatos reveals how big tobacco and big alcohol have taken over the marijuana industry and are “corrupting” the plant to make it as addictive and …
 
On Monday's Houston Matters: We bring you the latest on Tropical Storm Nicholas, which has formed in the Gulf of Mexico and is expected to drop 5 to 10 inches of rain on the region — or more in some places. Also this hour: Listeners share their advice on preparing for severe weather. And the Texans kicked off their season with a win against the Jag…
 
Having children is seen as normal and desirable behaviour, and one of the things that is necessary for our happiness. While there is a growing childfree movement, those who happily choose not to have children, what happens when you want children and life takes you down a different path? In World Childless Week, Life Matters listeners share their ex…
 
Join us as we sit down with Attorney, Triston Dallas, to discuss trusts, what they're used for, how they're created, and when you should consider one. In this podcast, Triston and Steve discuss the following: • What are the roles of a grantor, beneficiary, and trustee? • What does the process of creating a trust look like? • What types of assets ca…
 
On Friday's Houston Matters: The U.S. Department of Justice is suing the state of Texas over its newly enacted abortion law. We learn more about the move and what it could mean for the law going forward. Then, as the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks approaches, we continue to explore how those events affected Houstonians. We devote mo…
 
Welcome to I do, I sue – The Family Law Podcast. In Episode 7, Gillian and Tim are joined by former Justice of the Family Court of Australia, The Honourable Colin Forrest SC. In this episode, we discuss domestic relocation and international relocation within the context of a Family Law matter. Furthermore, we discuss Hague Convention matters and Co…
 
Escapees from big cities are turning up in regional towns and centres in droves. But can you keep the country lifestyle intact while welcoming a surge of new neighbours? Plus, meet the man creating free downloadable playgrounds. And how do you motivate your son to exercise?
 
On Thursday's Houston Matters: Mayor Sylvester Turner has issued an executive order requiring unvaccinated city employees to get bimonthly COVID-19 tests and report results to the city. We hear about that and other happenings in City Council from News 88.7's Jen Rice. Then, as the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks approaches, we explor…
 
Don’t miss a single podcast of CMDA Matters. You can subscribe through iTunes or GooglePlay, download our free CMDA app and or listen on our website at www.cmda.org/cmdamatters. This weekly podcast hosted by Dr. Mike Chupp features one interview with brief news and announcements that matter to you. Dr. Hoyt & Dr. Forsberg join Dr. Mike Chupp on thi…
 
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