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DUI Enforcement Continues After New Years' Eve
There's no doubt that New Years' Eve is one of the nights where the most drunken driving accidents occur. The highway patrol prepare for such celebratory evenings by setting up sobriety checkpoints to catch unsafe drivers.
Driving Under the Influence (DUI) arrests don't stop at New Years' Eve, however. DUI enforcement continues after the holidays and is law enforcement's goal to keep the roadways as safe as possible every day of the year. If you were arrested for drunk driving this New Years' Eve, don't take your DUI lightly. It is important to find an experienced DUI lawyer as soon as possible.
It is important to start the New Year with family and divorce matters addressed. Procrastinating or putting off important family law issues can have negative consequences.
Divorce can be a very stressful and emotional event, especially with family and economic issues between the couple. Issues such as who will take over the care of children, who gets to stay in the home and spousal support, are difficult to resolve reasonably under divorce circumstances. A family lawyer who handles divorce cases can facilitate this emotional process.
Falling behind on mortgage payments can be a worry. Finding yourself in unexpected situations such as a job loss, health emergencies or other unmanageable expenses can keep you from paying on time and eventually hurt your credit.