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Robert Hoffman

Rob Hoffman is the founder of JusticeGuardian - a legal advice blog with one goal, to guide the public through the complexities of the law and explain legal procedures in easy-to-understand lingo.

Posted 3/24/17 at 2:37 PM | Robert Hoffman

How to Deal with a Divorce

Going through a divorce is difficult for everyone involved, not just the adults who have decided to separate. This is especially true of the children, who sometimes may not understand the complexities of the situation. To help ease the burden on everyone, it's crucial for the parties divorcing to learn how to properly handle the situation.

While there may not be a guidebook for how to navigate the process, the tips below may be able to help. They're useful for anyone who wants to help themselves and their family members get through a divorce in the healthiest manner possible.

Healthy Tips for Dealing with Divorce

1. Create a Support System

If you don't allow yourself to express your feelings, they're likely to bottle up before eventually causing a major problem in the divorce proceedings. To ensure you can talk through what you're thinking and feeling, create a support system with individuals who are willing to listen to you. These individuals should be supportive but should not cause you even more stress by triggering your anger or aggression. If friends or family are too emotionally involved, then consider seeing a counselor who will offer an unbiased perspective. FULL POST

Posted 3/13/17 at 1:37 PM | Robert Hoffman

Top Free Christmas Apps To Entertain Your Kids

Child Playing on iPad at Christmas

Christmas can be something kids enjoy the whole year round with the availability of free Christmas apps downloadable any day of every month. If you are looking for ways to entertain your kids, here are some top free apps you can install on your phone:

Christmas Jigsaw Puzzle

Boost your child's creativity and thinking skills while keeping him entertained with this jigsaw puzzle. Made especially for kids, the puzzle has five different levels of difficulty multiplied by 8 Christmas-inspired images. Made for kids less than 5 years of age, the game is beautifully colored and mashed with entertaining pops and music for a very enjoyable activity.

Wombi Christmas Toys

Santa needs help in his shop! This Wombi Christmas Toy app lets your kid be part of the magic of Christmas by giving him the 'elf' role in Santa's North Pole operation. Using this app, kids can assemble toys, design them, and have them ready for delivery to all the nice boys and girls of the world. A truly interactive game with lots of possible combinations, Wombi Christmas Toys should leave kids entertained for hours at a time. FULL POST

Posted 12/15/16 at 11:00 AM | Robert Hoffman

A Very British Christmas Break

If there's one thing the British know a great deal about, it's the weather. Famed for its often grey, quite often unpredictable weather, it may seem to some that the UK is the last place you would want to plan any kind of vacation. However, it seems like more and more visitors are coming to the UK to experience the unique blend of landscape and history this little island has to offer.

Interestingly enough, there seems to be a growing trend for people to take short breaks in the winter. Seems crazy given the nations reputation for a rain but only in the UK do residents simultaneously complain and take a great sense of pride in their unpredictable weather.

Truth be told, the weather is actually not that bad; the last few winters have been some of the mildest in recent history and the cheaper travel and lower rates make Britain far more enticing. Don't be put off from planning a relaxing break in what is arguably one of the most unique and beautiful places in the world. Check out our guide to some of the best Christmas breaks for you to experience in the UK this year. FULL POST

Posted 8/30/16 at 6:57 PM | Robert Hoffman

Good Reasons Your Child Should Attend Preschool


The majority of parents with children under three are often faced with the dilemma of whether or not to enroll their children in preschool. It is often difficult for both the child and parent to let go. Is it the appropriate place for the child, or is it going to make her or him feel abandoned by dad and mom? In many countries such as Germany and United States, Preschool is not compulsory. However, many parents (80% of parents in Germany for instance) prefer to send their children to preschool. Well, there are a number of preschool advantages that every parent ought to have in their mind.

Learning with and from one another

Children from various age groups are usually combined into a single group. Each child has different abilities and talents; culture, heritage, or religion may vary too. All these differences are important bases for learning. Children learn consciously through observation, repetition and imitation. Therefore, each child learns from his peers and develops his abilities and social skills as well as knowledge, which often spawns positive emotions. FULL POST

Posted 8/12/16 at 6:00 PM | Robert Hoffman

How to File for a Divorce

Getting a Divorce

Getting a divorce is a very difficult decision to make because it means a relationship you have put so much time and effort into is over. In a lot of cases, the divorce process can be drawn out and difficult and in other cases, it can be relatively painless.

The reason some divorce cases are difficult is because the couple getting divorce let their emotions get in the way. Their anger at their soon-to-be ex-spouse makes the process more difficult because they are trying to inflict as much pain as possible, which leads to a lot of pettiness on both sides and puts more money in their lawyers’ pockets.

Getting a divorce can be a simple process if both sides can put aside their differences and work together to get it done. It will also save both sides a lot of money because they won’t have to pay their attorneys as much as they would if it is a drawn out process.

With that being said, here are a few ways to make the divorce process less stressful emotionally and financially. FULL POST