Divorces cause significant changes among family dynamics. Parents can apply for custodial rights, but when a judge rules to grant one parent sole custody, grandparents' relationships with their children may prove negatively affected.
Negligent behavior can easily result in serious injuries for hapless victims. Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is just one example of the type of physical harm that can occur because of car accidents and other incidents. While effects vary from person to person, in some cases TBI has lifelong consequences. The following information illustrates how serious this condition can be and what types of treatments are available.
Picture this: you are driving home from drinks with a friend, and suddenly you see the police behind you, pulling you over for suspicion of driving under the influence. The police find that you are intoxicated beyond the legal limit and you are arrested. Now you are facing a DUI conviction. A DUI conviction can be daunting for anyone, but you may be more concerned about what happens after the authorities convict you.
Some individuals are pushing to finalize divorces before the new tax overhaul bill takes effect. For divorcement agreements created after the end of 2018, the bill eliminates the ability to take spousal support as a deduction on a tax return. For those that pay spousal support, this might add up to a significant financial hit.