Following the birth of their new baby, a young couple seemed to have it made. Living in a condominium, which was part of a 100-unit complex (built in the early 2000s) in a “bedroom” community located just outside of a major city, the husband commuted to work each morning. After using up her maternity leave, the wife made a deal with her employer: She would come into the office occasionally but spend the majority of her time working at home. The arrangement was good for one year ...
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