A divorce is an extremely difficult situation to navigate from a social perspective. In many cases, the reasons behind the divorce make it almost impossible to have a positive relationship with your spouse in the short term. However, because of the needs that children, families, and friends often have, it's important to try and recover a functional relationship for the future. Your behavior during the divorce process can go a long way toward planting the seeds for your future relationship with your spouse.
A person suddenly gets drunk without touching a drop of alcohol; it seems like something straight out of a sci-fi writer's imagination. In reality, there is a condition called auto-brewery syndrome that does, in fact, cause people to manufacture alcohol in their gastrointestinal systems that subsequently leads them to display symptoms of intoxication. Here's more information about this condition and how it can lead you to being arrested for DUI.
The Humane Society says that 65%of households have at least one pet, which means that there is a high chance that pet custody can become an issue when getting divorced. Even though couples consider pets like a family member or child, pets are actually treated like personal property. This means the pet can be awarded to either person during the divorce. If securing pet ownership is a concern, follow these tips that may help you be awarded pet custody.
Winning the right to Social Security disability is an important moment. Unfortunately, it is not guaranteed that you will receive those benefits until you reach retirement age and then qualify for retirement. Your benefits can be stopped for a range of reasons. To help ensure you do not lose your benefits, here are some of the most common reasons they are stopped. You Earned Too Much Money A common misconception about disability benefits is that once you are approved, you can no longer work.
Bankruptcy is a great option for people who are burdened by debts that they cannot pay. However, filing for bankruptcy is not cheap either. The average cost for filing bankruptcy hovers at $1,500, which is out of reach for many people who are already struggling financially. Laws that forbid you to charge bankruptcy fees on a credit card and/or sell off assets to pay for your bankruptcy make it even more difficult to come up with the money.