What's the required legal showing for getting a Texas family court to seal records in a divorce case?
I don't see this covered in the Family Code (at least at a glance), and I think it may just require the requesting party to show factors balance in favor of sealing for privacy, safety, etc. over public interest, but I'd like something more specific. Thanks!1 AnswerLaw & Ethics1 decade ago
I have for a couple of years now been trying to remember enough about this book to be able to come up with the title and find a copy, mostly just because it seems odd to me that I would remember it at all. I'm pretty sure it was just something I skimmed through at the library once--I never even owned it, much less considered it a "favorite or anything". So why I would be fixated on it 25+ years later, I have no idea.
About all I can remember at this point is that the book was about something like a ball of dough (maybe a dumpling, or perhaps something of an ethnic variety) that got away from the old lady who was about to cook it and escaped by rolling away--over hill and dale, down streets, along rivers, etc. The only thing I've ever seen in adulthood that looks similar is a book called, "The Matzo Ball Boy", but I'm pretty sure that's not it, looks like it's too recent and doesn't sound quite right. Help me get past my hang-up over this idiotic book and move on with my life, please!!2 AnswersBooks & Authors1 decade ago
This sounds like a great improvement on traditional insulin pumps, but I was hoping to hear from someone who actually has an Omnipod just how noticeable the "lump" is. I've visited their website and seen the dimensions of the thing, and I just don't see how it could be worn without creating a very obvious lump, regardless of where you put it (particularly for women under anything but maybe a very bulky sweater). Also, how's the comfort level in comparison to a traditional pump's insertion site and tubing? Thanks for your input!1 AnswerDiabetes1 decade ago