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3 ways a drunk driving charge may affect your divorce

If you are getting a divorce, you already have plenty of worries on your mind. The last thing you want to deal with is something else that demands your emotions, energy and time. However, if you are facing a charge of operating a vehicle impaired, this is exactly what is going to happen. 

How does divorce law work in Ohio?

Every state differs quite significantly when it comes to divorce law, the process involved and the division of assets. In Ohio, it is demanded that the person filing for a divorce in the state must have been registered as living in the state for at least six months. It might also be a possibility that there will be a 90-day conciliation period that is ordered by the courts.

Planning survivor benefits in the military

Divorce, child support and benefits can be more complicated when one or both spouses are in the military, as opposed to any other occupation. There are many factors to consider, several of them revolving around circumstances that arise when military personnel are deployed, and the financial benefits associated with military service.

Are you destined to fail a field sobriety test?

It is a scenario that many drivers in Ohio, as well as across the country, may face at least once in their lives. On your way home from work or a social event, a police officer pulls you over for a minor traffic violation. The police officer suspects you may have had too much to drink before driving, and asks you to perform a field sobriety test. No big deal, you think. You only had a small glass of wine an hour ago at dinner, and you have no doubt about how you will fare on the test.

The consequences of a repeat DUI offense

It is common knowledge that driving under the influence of alcohol is not only a crime, but also that it endangers the driver, passengers and other users of the road. This is because alcohol is a depressant and it reduces the response times of drivers. It also makes it more likely for a driver to engage in reckless driving.

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