OCJ Kids helps teenagers living in foster care. We were able to gather quite a collection of school supplies on short notice to help these kids get a good start on this coming school year. Thank you to everyone who donated! In December, we will help OCJ Kids collect toys for Christmas. We'll keep you posted on what these kids hope to receive. Thank you!
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We are blessed to be able to serve our own community by making 110 Mother's Day cards for the Avondale Senior Center. This opportunity was unique and we look forward to putting a smile on the faces of many women this weekend. Happy Mother's Day!
Worried about a disgruntled child challenging your will or trust if disinherited? You may be tempted to include a no-contest clause in your will or trust. A no-contest clause simply states that any heir or beneficiary seeking to challenge or set aside the will or trust will be disinherited. On a practical level, the disinherited child is not discouraged by the clause because they are not entitled to inherit anything under the will or trust – they have nothing left to lose by going to court.Read More
Hi, I'm Keeley! One of the highlights of my world right now is the companionship I've found through fostering this great big, goofy, loveable 120 lb lap dog. Meet my new friend "Bella," an English Mastiff who was rescued from a shelter and is staying with me while awaiting her forever home.Read More
Regardless of your faith or personal beliefs, I believe that any responsible person should feel some obligation to be responsible for himself or herself in order to make things easier for those that he or she loves. I believe that this obligation is a core responsibility. So as I was thinking this holiday season about my family, I decided to think of the most important things I could do in pursuit of being “responsible” for myself in order to provide for my sixteen year old daughter, Mathea. I settled on six items.Read More