Some states create a distinction between driving while impaired and driving while intoxicated. If you are in a state where that is the case, you will need to understand the difference when fighting your legal case. Intoxication Intoxication is often referred to as a state in which you have lost your normal faculties. You might be considered intoxicated if someone subjectively determines that you have diminished mental and physical control. intoxication is usually not considered to be a legal standard.
- The decision to file for bankruptcy is never an easy one, and the idea of losing your property, home, and car during the proceedings could be keeping you from taking the necessary steps to secure your financial future. In reality, when you file for bankruptcy, the court will also file a motion for relief from an automatic stay. Here are a few answers to some frequently asked questions you might have about an automatic stay while filing for bankruptcy.
- Consulting with a car accident lawyer after being injured in an accident is one of the most beneficial actions you can take after an accident. However, you may find that even the most qualified lawyer is unable to assist with your case if you fall victim to one of the common mistakes discussed below. This is because the law regarding your right to collect compensation for your injuries can inhibit an attorney's legal right to seek compensation on your behalf if you make one of these all too common mistakes.
- Blended families are a common part of many households. As you plan your estate, you have to take into consideration all the complexities that go along with living in a blended family. If you get remarried, you will likely gain additional family members through stepchildren as well as new children from your marriage. You may also have additional family members, such as parents or in-laws to think about. Here are some things to keep in mind as you plan your estate as part of a blended family:
- Marriages break apart for a variety of reasons, but dishonesty is certainly at the top of the list. Unfortunately, some secretive behaviors can seriously affect your chances of a fair divorce settlement. For some tips on avoiding problems with hidden issues, read on. Full and Honest Financial Disclosures Honest financial disclosures are an important part of divorce policy. It's almost impossible to come to a fair agreement on things unless both parties disclose everything — at least when it comes to financial issues.