Summertime is filled with activities, both locally and in planned-out summer vacations. Many people spend more time on the road, and whenever you you get behind the wheel, it is vital to be aware of the hazards you may face. Heed the following suggestions to avoid a motor vehicle accident this summer.
An arrest for driving under the influence of alcohol is frightening enough, but it becomes debilitating if you lose your driving privileges. How will you get around? How will you get to work or that job interview? A DUI will have a long and lasting domino effect on your future.
Losing your license
DUIs occur all the time in New Hampshire. With the end of 2018 around the corner, there is bound to be a boon of DUIs before the year ends. Look no further than a Merrimack man police arrested for driving under the influence after catching him driving erratically.
A first DUI charge in New Hampshire is a Class B misdemeanor. It may not sound like much, but you may still need to deal with the consequences for years to come. You can read state law on the subject to learn more, but here are the basics if you have to contend with a first-time DUI charge.
Shared parenting responsibilities present challenges to every couple, married or not. For recently divorced former spouses with a shared custody arrangement, a whole new set of concerns and obstacles arise. When it comes to co-parenting with a former spouse, there's one important factor to remember: the kids always come first.
No matter the tensions from the marriage or past issues, the success and happiness of your children needs to take top priority. It may sound oversimplified to tell former spouses to put aside their differences for the sake of the kids. However, it doesn't have to be an overwhelming challenge if parents remember a few key considerations throughout their shared parenting arrangement.