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Child support as a military service person

Going through a divorce as a military service person can be particularly difficult, since you may be serving in another country while you are facing divorce. For a service member, it is considered a duty to support the rest of the family. Therefore, whether a the service member is married or not does not matter.

What is identity fraud?

When a person takes personal details from another without his or her knowledge and uses them for personal gain, it is known as identity fraud or identity theft. In the age of digital, it is more common than ever for a person to be affected. It can commonly happen when a person unintentionally gives away his or her personal details online. But it can also happen in environments such as the office, workplace, a restaurant or store.

3 consequences of a OVI guilty plea

Facing DUI charges is a serious yet common situation. You might not realize your blood alcohol level is above the legal limit, or you might find yourself without a designated driver. Any number of problems can precede OVI charges and jeopardize your life, your future and your freedom. It is essential to be aware of the consequences that can result from entering a guilty plea in court.

How is bribery defined?

Bribery is used very commonly in colloquial terms. Many may feel that they have an understanding of what it means, but the detailed definition under the law might differ from how you would imagine it to be viewed.

Divorcing in the military

Although going through a divorce is the same no matter your profession, as a person in the military, there are some other factors that you need to take into account. If you or your spouse is currently on active duty overseas, for example, the divorce process may take longer. There are also financial implications that you should be aware of as a person in the military that is getting divorced.

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