A prenuptial agreement, commonly referred to as a “prenup,” is a document that divides and apportions assets and debts in the event of divorce. In prior years, prenups were common mostly among the very wealthy, but the economic – and social – stigmas associated with them have largely disappeared. Nowadays, couples of all economic levels may find prenups helpful.
When we think of car accidents that cause injuries, we usually assume there’s been a high-speed accident. Obviously, two vehicles colliding at highway speeds can result in serious injuries and extensive property damage. Did you know, however, that even slow-speed, relatively minor crashes like “fender benders” can still cause major injuries?
Imagine you were on your way home from a party and you got pulled over. The officer smelled alcohol on your breath, so he administered several field sobriety tests and a breathalyzer. Following that, you were placed under arrest for suspicion of driving while intoxicated (also known as driving under the influence).
The millennial generation, those between the ages of 22 and 37 in 2018, face blame for negatively impacting everything from sit-down restaurants to the diamond industry. One new thing that millennials stand accused of “killing” is divorce.
A newly released study from Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, (published in the industry journal Public Health Reports) suggests that lawnmowers are far more hazardous than many of us had previously realized.