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Safety tips for driving on unfamiliar highways

You encounter different types of roads depending on where you travel in Rhode Island. You may know your commute to work like the back of your hand, but if you travel outside your general area, you may not know the roads as well. While you may not immediately consider this lack of knowledge an issue, it could put you at greater risk of an accident.

Know how to handle dogs you encounter while trick-or-treating

The autumn comes with many activities that encourage people to enjoy the outdoors while the weather is mild. Sometimes, people who are taking part in them will come across animals. When this is a dog, you have to be sure that you are handling the situation correctly.

Divorce matters must be hashed out before it is finalized

Going through a divorce brings up many different changes in your life. In most cases, one person is going to have to move out of the marital home. If this person is you, it is imperative that you decide how you are going handle the situation. You might be surprised at how much goes into moving to a new place.

Know how to handle negotiations at the end of your marriage

Negotiations are often used to come up with the terms of a divorce. Many people don't realize that even if you and your ex come up with the terms together, you will still need to get the court to sign off on it so that the end of the marriage can be legally finalized.

What schooling plans exist for special education students?

For parents who have children with special learning needs, the back-to-school season is one that comes with lots of stress. The parents want their children to have a good learning experience but they might not feel confident that the school is going to provide the environment or assistance the children need.


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