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Lawyers At Midlife

Author : Michael P. Long
ISBN : STANFORD:36105134452122
Genre : Law
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A personal and financial retirement planning guide for lawyers.
Category: Law

Midlife Moon

Author : Sameer Zahr
ISBN : 9781796035834
Genre : Fiction
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Burdened with an ugly divorce and midlife crisis, Freddie escaped to find his happiness outside his inner self and got caught with unexpected consequences that led him to live in the dark. He had a mistress that caused him many headaches that pushed him into legal pursuits. He went on a soul-searching journey seeking help from his only best friend, Barry, and other spiritual groups. Then he met Anne, a young women who coached him on the right path with her advice as a psychoanalyst. He eventually fell in love with her and ended up establishing an organization based on moral values and guidance to young women. The new relationship and his inner guidance turned Freddie into an enlightened man living in the light.
Category: Fiction

Midlife Crisis At 30

Author : Lia Macko
ISBN : 1579548679
Genre : Self-Help
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A guide for professional women struggling with burnout analyzes the social and psychological factors that affect a woman's career and relationships, and offers strategies for achieving a healthy personal and professional balance.
Category: Self-Help

Narrating Midlife

Author : Christine Elizabeth Kiesinger
ISBN : 9781498584111
Genre : Social Science
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Narrating Midlife: Crisis, Transition, and Transformation explores how managing and living through change at midlife is ultimately a communicative endeavor. Using autoethnography, contributors narrate midlife experiences as diverse as the empty-nest, sexual fluidity, mixed-retirement marriage, spousal abduction of a child, and cancer.
Category: Social Science

A Primer On Personal Money Management For Midlife Older Women

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ISBN : 1568069413
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Contents: starting a goals list; where you are now (starting a financial notebook, getting your records organized, preparing your statements); long range planning (setting goals for your reserve fund); cash flow (preparing a spending plan, plugging the leaks); bank accounts; bank credit cards; insurance; estate planning; marriage; divorce; remarrying; legal help; investing for retirement (setting a goal, exploring options, selecting investments); getting help with your finances; reading list; bank and insurance company rating organizations.

Midlife Irish

Author : Frank Gannon
ISBN : 9780446567275
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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At times funny, poignant, and heartbreaking, Midlife Irish draws on the universal themes of love, loss, and laughter that have kept the Irish both miserable and happy--often at the same time--throughout the years. If Bill Bryson set off for Ireland to discover his roots, then you'd have Midlife Irish--an illuminating, entertaining, and heartwarming look at one man's search for where--and who--he came from. Irish-American. What does this vague term really mean? Millions of people describe themselves as Irish-American, but beyond celebrating St. Patrick's Day with a drunken zeal, how many of them know really anything about their cultural ancestry? It is this curiosity that got the better of Frank Gannon--the son of a couple of straight-off-the-boat Irish immigrants. His mother and father, who never spoke about life on the Emerald Isle, raised him in New Jersey, thousands of miles from Ireland. But after both his parents passed away, he realized he knew nothing about whom they really were and where they came from--and in effect, where he came from. Now at the half-way point in his life, Gannon decided to fill in the blanks. He embarked on a journey to Planet Green and slowly pieced together the lives of his parents. Before long, he discovered much about his mother and father, and just as much about himself. This story of one man's search for his cultural identity will have phones ringing off the hook at the Irish Board of Tourism, as readers will want to take off
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Personal Pilgrimage At Midlife

Author : Viki Hurst
ISBN : 1896836453
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Through the practice of personal pilgrimage she developed, the author offers readers a tool to explore, contemplate, and reflect upon key midlife issues -- careers, relationships, sexuality, finances, spirituality, body image, mortality, and more. It encourages readers to take the time-out needed when midlife challenges crowd their busy calendars and psyches. Drawing on the insights of people from Plato to Pierre Elliot Trudeau, Hurst introduces each of these concerns with a mini-essay, then asks 10 questions for reflection. Part 2 outlines 12 pilgrimages users can take to work on these issues, for example Abundance point (finances), Artists Cove (relationships), and Career Paths (Career).
Category: Family & Relationships

Abraham Lincoln

Author : Michael Burlingame
ISBN : 9781421410678
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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In the first multi-volume biography of Abraham Lincoln to be published in decades, Lincoln scholar Michael Burlingame offers a fresh look at the life of one of America’s greatest presidents. Incorporating the field notes of earlier biographers, along with decades of research in multiple manuscript archives and long-neglected newspapers, this remarkable work will both alter and reinforce our current understanding of America’s sixteenth president. Volume 1 covers Lincoln’s early childhood, his experiences as a farm boy in Indiana and Illinois, his legal training, and the political ambition that led to a term in Congress in the 1840s. In volume 2, Burlingame examines Lincoln’s life during his presidency and the Civil War, narrating in fascinating detail the crisis over Fort Sumter and Lincoln’s own battles with relentless office seekers, hostile newspaper editors, and incompetent field commanders. Burlingame also offers new interpretations of Lincoln’s private life, discussing his marriage to Mary Todd and the untimely deaths of two sons to disease. But through it all—his difficult childhood, his contentious political career, a fratricidal war, and tragic personal losses—Lincoln preserved a keen sense of humor and acquired a psychological maturity that proved to be the North’s most valuable asset in winning the Civil War. Published to coincide with the 200th anniversary of Lincoln's birth, this landmark publication establishes Burlingame as the most assiduous Lincoln biographer of recent memory and brings Lincoln alive to modern readers as never before.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Lawyers Guns And Money

Author : Carol X. Vinzant
ISBN : 9781466892897
Genre : Political Science
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This inspiring book, Lawyers, Guns, and Money by Carol X. Vinzant, recounts the heroic efforts of Tom McDermott, a lawyer and victim of the infamous Colin Ferguson rampage on the Long Island Railroad, to take on the gun industry. He is among the leaders of an innovative and promising strategy to circumvent the NRA's political power and courts constrained by interpretations of the Second Amendment. Through civil action he hits the gun companies where it hurts most: the bottom line. Making insurance difficult for manufacturers to get, he has helped reduce the number of cheap hand guns, "Saturday Night Specials," often used in crime. This is a riveting account of tragedy turned into action, and how the law can be used to defend victims rather than enrich corporations.
Category: Political Science

The Michigan Bar Journal

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105061079864
Genre : Bar associations
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How To Iron Your Own Damn Shirt

Author : Craig Boreth
ISBN : 9780307420978
Genre : Humor
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PERFECT HUSBANDS ARE MADE, NOT BORN LADIES: At long last, a practical guide to help your man become the perfect husband. How to Iron Your Own Damn Shirt is your salvation, with simple, easy-for-a-guy-to-follow instructions on those little things you can never get him to do, such as: • How to Put the Toilet Seat Down • How to Stop Snoring • How to Ask for Directions • Plus, more than 50 other essential topics (even How to Dance at a Wedding) It’s a must-have guide that will finally convince him it’s in his best interest to make you happy, no matter what it takes. GUYS: Don’t panic. It’s not how perfect you are, it’s how perfect she thinks you are. How to Iron Your Own Damn Shirt is your key to the castle. Imagine what she’ll let you get away with if you master a few skills, such as: • How to Appear Calm While She’s Driving • How to Apologize Convincingly • How to Enjoy a Chick Flick • Plus, more than 50 other essential topics (even How to Hide Your Porn) How to Iron Your Own Damn Shirt includes countless tips and tricks for keeping you sane, keeping her happy, and keeping you both laughing. From the Trade Paperback edition.
Category: Humor

Divorce In The Golden Years

Author : Leslie Ann Shaner
ISBN : 1604428414
Genre : Law
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This manual details how to handle a divorcing couple's assets while also considering issues related to their age or length of their marriage. It explains how this couple is affected by the established estate plan, intestacy and the issues raised when a divorcing client or spouse dies without a will, as well as other complicating factors such as medical directives, spousal support, and retirement plans. Include covering relevant issues by state, forms and checklists.
Category: Law

Lesbian Gay Bisexual And Transgender Aging

Author : Douglas Kimmel
ISBN : 9780231509855
Genre : Social Science
File Size : 60.96 MB
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Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Aging brings together cutting-edge research, practical information, and innovative thinking regarding the characteristics and processes of aging among lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender individuals. Written by experts in the field, the book covers a range of subjects and provides a comprehensive knowledge base for practitioners, students, and researchers. Contributors address topics such as sexuality, relationships, legal issues, retirement planning, physical and mental health, substance abuse, community needs, gay and lesbian grandparents, and a model agency dedicated to delivering services to the senior LGBT population. Their writing takes a gay-affirmative approach that focuses on resilience, coping, and successful adaptation to aging and is sensitive to the importance of historical oppression in the lives of older members of sexual minorities. The authors also pay close attention to ethnic and cultural issues and identify where further research is needed. Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Aging is a groundbreaking collection of some of the most significant voices in this area of research today. Gerontologists and those who serve the LGBT community are in great need of the information contained in this singular and definitive resource.
Category: Social Science

Lawyers And Liars

Author : L.C. Turner
Genre : Fiction
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Macie isn’t sure she’s ready to act as a defense attorney for her boyfriend. Will she stand by her man or will the case prove to be too much for her? Macie Mitchell recently moved to Romero and became fast friends with Read Wine's Trixie, Sally, and Cora. She's enjoying her new life in the small town of Romero and a quiet career as an attorney. Until her boyfriend, Ethan, is arrested for embezzlement. He claims he only did it because he had no choice. Ethan wants Macie to be his lawyer, and while she's not sure she's ready for such a high-profile criminal case in the city, she feels she owes it to him. But when his story doesn't add up, it leaves Macie wondering if he's really telling the truth. Can she find out before it's too late? And is she willing to accept the help of the handsome, albeit criminal Alex Casen? Do you love cozy mysteries with quirky, strong female leads that just can’t keep their noses out of police business? Is a bookstore that carries coffee and wine your idea of heaven? Then the Read Wine series is for you!
Category: Fiction

Mid Life Career Rescue

Author : Cassandra Gaisford
ISBN : 0994131410
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Find your point of brilliance Finding a job you love is impossible without passion, enthusiasm, zest, inspiration and the deep satisfaction that comes from doing something that delivers you some kind of buzz. Yet, so many people are unhappy. Working long hours, too much stress, financial strain or a whole raft of other constant pressures can soon send you drowning in a sea of negativity - robbing you of the energy and positivity you need to make a life-enhancing career change. This book comes to your rescue. Amazon #1 Best-selling author and career expert Cassandra Gaisford shares inspiring and practical career-change and job-hunting tips and strategies, she's used successfully herself and with clients. With her help you'll get your mojo back, challenge your current beliefs and increase your sense of possibility. By tapping into a combination of practical career strategies, Law of Attraction principles, and the spiritual powers of manifestation, you'll reawaken dreams, boost your self-awareness, empower your life and challenge what you thought was possible. You'll do this in an inspired yet structured way, strengthening your creative thinking skills, boosting your self-awareness and identifying your non-negotiable ingredients for success and happiness at work and in your life. Little steps, will lead naturally to bigger leaps, giving your the courage and confidence to take a gulp, and then fly free toward career happiness and life fulfilment. 'Mid-Life Career Rescue: What Makes You Happy' will help you: Explore and clarify your passions, interests, life purpose, values, transferable skills and natural gift and talents Build a strong foundation for career happiness and success by identifying your criteria for job and life satisfaction Value your gifts, natural knacks and talents and confirm your work-related strengths Gain greater clarity about what you want to change and how to direct your energies positively toward your preferred future Strengthen your creative thinking skills, and ability to identify possible roles you would enjoy, including self-employment Have the courage to quit or fall back in love with a job, you've come to hate Shift ingrained, sabotaging beliefs by tapping into the realms where science meets spirituality Find your point of brilliance Take the stress out of worrying you'll make the wrong move, and super-charge the confidence needed to make an inspired change Chapter One, "Pursue Your Passion Not Your Pension," will help you discover the things you are passionate about. Re-inspired, you'll begin the process of identifying how your passion can turn into a rewarding and fulfilling career. Chapter two, "Inspiration Used to Carve Out an Opportunity," will highlight the role your deepest interests have in finding or creating work you will love. Chapter Three, "Get the Edge, Find Your Purpose," clarifying the things that give your life meaning and purpose will help you tap into latent ambitions and desires, and identify career options that will be deeply fulfilling. This is a place of real alchemy. Chapter Four, "Prioritising What's Important," emphasises how critical it is to find or create work that aligns with your most important values. If work is stressing you out, you'll also gain some tips to try to get your values met before you quit. Chapter Five, "Valuing Natural Knacks and Talents," will boost awareness of your natural gifts and innate abilities and strengths. Chapter Six, "Strategies To Improve Happiness At Work, will help you identify way to re-engineer your work to better met you needs, boost self-esteem, confidence, and belief. Quit feeling trapped. Reclaim your power! Find a job you love and finally live the life you want. Scroll up and click "Buy Now" before it's too late. This book will also help younger job-hunters and career-changers."

A Home For Her Family

Author : Virginia Carmichael
ISBN : 9781460341186
Genre : Fiction
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The Millionaire and the Mechanic Never in a hundred years does Sabrina Martinez expect to meet someone like handsome millionaire Jack Thorne—let alone find him volunteering at the Denver mission where she works. She's grown up in a humble home and is surprised an heir to a fortune could have such a kind and generous heart. But Sabrina can't let anything distract her—not even love. She's battling for custody of her nieces and there's nothing more important than that. Jack wants to help, but the divide between him and Sabrina seems impossibly wide. Can they learn to see past their differences, and give themselves a chance at true love—and a real family? Never in a hundred years does Sabrina Martinez expect to meet someone like handsome millionaire Jack Thorne—let alone find him volunteering at the Denver mission where she works. She's grown up in a humble home and is surprised an heir to a fortune could have such a kind and generous heart. But Sabrina can't let anything distract her—not even love. She's battling for custody of her nieces and there's nothing more important than that. Jack wants to help, but the divide between him and Sabrina seems impossibly wide. Can they learn to see past their differences, and give themselves a chance at true love—and a real family?
Category: Fiction

World Enough And Time

Author : Andrea Mudry
ISBN : 9781459721326
Genre : Social Science
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"For me, getting older physically seems to be epitomized in the feeling that I look like my mother. She’s really attractive ... It’s just that I can see that she’s older, and I’m not supposed to be." - Charlotte Wilson Hammond "My view of the world is slowly becoming more integrated. Sometimes I feel as if I’ve walked to the top of a mountain, and can look down and see all around." - Lesia Gregorovitch "Some women have told me that they’re too old at fifty. And I wondered to myself why - at fifty - would anyone think herself too old?" - Linda Silver Dranoff "Now I look upon everything I do ... and say, ’Is this how I’m going to be using the energy that I have, or am I going to use it in a different way?" - Roberta Bondar "The most important thing is not to be afraid." - Kim Campbell
Category: Social Science

Looking Back

Author : James F. Queenan
ISBN : 9781463423469
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Judge Queenan tells a very human story of his life, family and travels, withholding no family secrets. Included is an account of his diverse and evolving career as a lawyer who handled business transactions, drafted estate plans, tried cases and, at the end, found greatest satisfaction in representing corporations reorganizing under chapter 11. He tells of the losing party in one case sending a bomb in the mail to his client. We also learn of the disastrous results of a Ponzi scheme that used ruses similar to those of Bernard Madoff. Judge Queenans high values and commitment to due process of law are apparent throughout. He is still troubled by the prejudicial effect of the press conferences held by the district attorney in the Brinks armed robbery case, which came before the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts when he was a young law clerk with the court. In giving an account of his years on the bench, a time when he was also teaching in law school, Judge Queenan makes law and trials understandable to the layman. He rejects the notion that bankruptcy is a refuge for the dishonest and lazy, and he decries the countrys toxic fascination with debt, taking special aim at abusive leveraged buy-outs of corporations. He recalls memorable witnesses and lawyers, tells how he determined who was lying and explains what he did to reduce the length of trials. Perhaps most informative of all, he describes how a judge makes law rather than just grabbing a rule off the shelf. A former campaign worker for Robert Kennedy, Judge Queenan shows his passion for politics. He gives a critique of the Supreme Courts 2000 decision in Bush v. Gore, which handed the presidency to George W. Bush. As one who demonstrated against the war in Iraq before the war began, he examines the wars terrible consequences and traces its long political fallout that contributed to the election of Barack Obama, for whom the judge delivers a unique panegyric.
Category: Family & Relationships