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July 2018 Archives

Lifestyle changes after the end of your marriage

When people think about the divorce process, they may focus on the negative aspects of ending a marriage, such as courtroom stress and difficulties involving finances or children. However, divorce can bring a number of positive changes to one’s life, such as making it easier for them to change their habits and live a healthier lifestyle. There are different reasons why divorce can have this effect on people and you should consider the potential benefits of divorce if you are thinking about ending a toxic marriage.

Could a DUI lead to a divorce?

A DUI charge could lead to fines and jail time. You could lose your license; in some cases, that may mean you lose your job. The ramifications are serious. The more DUIs you have on your record, the worse they get.

Discussing your car accident on social media

Many people share various types of information with friends and even strangers over the internet. From pictures to opinions on trending topics, social media has taken the sharing of information to the next level. Sometimes, people turn to social media following a traumatic incident, such as a motor vehicle collision. After a crash, people may feel vulnerable or they could be struggling with a number of hardships and they may look for support from some of their friends and family members. However, it is important to be cautious with regard to the details you disclose after an accident, especially if you plan on taking legal action.

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