One of the consequences you might face after a DUI charge, or some type of similar charge, is the requirement of attending a victim impact panel. This requirement is designed to help you understand more about the risks you create when driving drunk or impaired by drugs, and here are several things you should understand about attending a victim impact panel.
The people that will be there
A victim impact panel is typically made up of numerous individuals who have somehow been negatively affected by drunk driving or some type of driving impairment crime.
Property division is naturally one of the most divisive aspects of a divorce. Your divorce can get even more acrimonious when complications arise during the property division. Below are some of these potential complications.
During your divorce, you get to keep your separate property while you divide the marital property with your partner. However, this is only possible if you can identify the marital and separate property. Complications arise when it turns out that separate and marital property has been mixed up (comingled) to the point where it's difficult to separate the two.
If you are struggling to get your head about financial water and would like to have a clean slate, you may want to consider bankruptcy. However, it is very important that you don't fall under the misconception that filing for bankruptcy will be able to effectively erase all past debt obligations that you have and all financial mistakes that you have made. If you are interested in personal bankruptcy, keep reading to learn more about the limitations of this financial tool.
If you wish to keep your car after divorce, you should know how courts generally divide cars during a divorce. The following are some of the things likely to come up during the divorce.
The first thing will be for the court to classify the car as either marital or separate property. You get to keep your separate property while you divide the marital property. For example, if you inherited the car from your grandfather, then it is your separate property, and the court won't divide it.
It can be easy for an argument with a family member to escalate quickly, and this may prompt the other person to call the police to report you for domestic violence. Your first instinct might be to convince the other person otherwise or plead for forgiveness, but with the police on their way, there's a better way to use your time. Instead, you should find a criminal defense attorney who frequently handles domestic violence cases and call him or her to explain the situation.