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Global Expats - Business Plans & Profile of the Trailing Spouse and Expat Family - in English, Espanol, and Francais

Global Expats is designed to assist the expatriated family, particularly the unemployed, expatriated homemaker. Please find below the following: - Business Plan … Read More»

Sacks vs. Sacks - US Supreme Court Case - Family Courts and CPS systematically covering-up child sexual abuse

Historic US Supreme Court Case on Behalf of America’s Mothers and Children … Read More»

Abuses of Power in Our Court Systems / Failure of Family Courts to Protect Child Victims of Sexual Abuse

Dear All, Please find attached the reports I have prepared which reflects my research into the problems within our family courts. Please feel free to download them and pass it along. … Read More»

Of Exes and Expatriates by Niv Elis

Quenby Wilcox hasn’t seen her children in over two years. She has no access to her assets or her fledgling business. … Read More»

THE CASE OF SYLVINA BASSANI – SPAIN – Assassinated by her Ex-husband - April 10, 2008

On April 10, 2008 José Javier Lacasa knocked on the door of the home of Andrés Marzal shot him to death then entered the kitchen of this home and shot and killed his ex-wife, Sylvina Bassani. … Read More»

GLOBAL CHALLENGES - Terrorism Around the World: The War Within - 2006

“Poor Brutus, with himself at war, Forgets the shows of love to other men” (1.2.46) Julius Caesar … Read More»

WOMEN’S RIGHTS - Cross-Cultural Marriages - 2006

Generalizations and conclusions about cross-cultural marriages are difficult because the combinations cover such a wide range of possibilities. … Read More»


Before Spain we lived in Colombia, and while the “que vamos hacer” (what are we to do?) phenomenon did exist to a certain extent there, at least the attitude of the Colombians was much different. … Read More»


The two most common erroneous beliefs about multilingualism is that it increases the IQ or intelligence of a child, or that it may be detrimental to the development of one or more of the languages. … Read More»


Learning a new language is always difficult, whether it be your first one as a baby or another one later in life. … Read More»

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