As if out of thin air, social media is now part of our daily lives—whether posting lengthy updates about our kiddos on Facebook or getting our national news updates in our Twitter feed. Here, we take a look at four of the most popular forms of social media, who each outlet is geared toward and tips for being social media savvy.
“My husband has filed for divorce. We have a beautiful home in Paradise Valley and I raised our three teenage children in that house. Will I be forced to sell it?”
“I’m a prominent member of the community and desperately want out of my marriage. My husband has been abusing me behind closed doors for years. I’m terrified about what will happen for me and our children when I actually follow through and leave. Where do I turn?”
An acclaimed serial entrepreneur, Peter J. Burns III is no stranger to creating and launching successful business ventures. And as he has come to know quite well, before any business can even think about taking off, the entrepreneurs behind it must complete one vital little step: securing capital to fund that launch.
“I was divorced 5 years ago and have since remarried. My ex-husband and I have an eight-year-old daughter and a five-year-old son. My current husband is in the United States Army and he just received word he is being re-stationed to Fort Benning in Columbus, Georgia. I obviously want to move with him and bring the kids. Can I go?”