1. Your chip and cracker packages are secured with binder clips.
2. Your 6 year-old believes "C" is for "contract," not "cookie."
3. You frequently advise mumbling children, "Honey, you really need to state your case more clearly."
4. Your child believes that every unfairness presents an opportunity for litigation ("They served you crab with a shell on it and you cracked your tooth? YOU SHOULD SUE THEM!")
5. Your kids understand when you have to work late or on the weekends.
6. Your nine year-old wants to be a lawyer when she grows up.