When going through a divorce, one of the most stressful aspects can often be going through the process of dividing assets, especially when there are a lot of high-value assets to divide, such as multiple homes and cars. Over the years, married couples tend to become financially intertwined, and when children are involved, one parent might earn a significant portion of the household income while the other assumes child care-related duties. This can mean that dividing assets fairly can prove to be challenging.
If you enjoy watching “cop shows” on your Ohio TV channels, you probably have heard some version of the Miranda warning hundreds of times. It is what law enforcement officers do when they read suspects their rights when taking them into custody. What you may not realize, however, is that these rights likewise apply to you whenever officers arrest you as a suspect in an alleged crime.
It's so easy to lose track of time when enjoying an evening with friends. So much so, that when you get in the car to drive home, you may have underestimated the amount that you drank over the course of the night. So when you get pulled over by a law enforcement officer who requests that you perform a Breathalyzer test, you might feel confident that you will blow under the limit when in fact you do not.
If you have been accused of being in possession of drugs, a guilty verdict or plea could have the potential to affect the rest of your life. Depending on the type of drug you were found in possession of and the amount that was found in your possession, you could serve prison time, face hefty fines or both.
There are many creative ways to start businesses, and typical business structures include hierarchical structures. Hierarchical structures often take the form of the founder being at the top of the system, risking more but potentially reaping the highest financial benefits. Meanwhile, the least experienced employees at the bottom of the hierarchy will likely receive the lowest pay.