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August 2017 Archives

Utah woman charged with DUI and wrong-way driving

Though allegations of driving under the influence are relatively common, each person facing such charges may have a unique perspective on their cases. One woman in Utah was recently charged with DUI, and as a result, she may wish to determine her best options for addressing those allegations. The charges stem from an event in which she was reportedly driving the wrong way on the Interstate.

Children and finances need attention after divorce

In an ideal marriage, a couple works as a team to provide financial stability for the present and security for the future. If the couple has children, planning for the future certainly includes considering their needs. Unfortunately, nearly 50 percent of marriages end in divorce, according to some analyses, and the rate of divorce is higher with each subsequent marriage. After going through a divorce, Utah parents may have to re-evaluate many of the financial plans and goals they once made.

Life changes, so modifying your divorce decree might be necessary

Going through a divorce can understandably be one of the most difficult experiences you can have in life. After all, divorce is about untangling intertwined emotions just as much as it is about untangling finances. Both processes can be immensely painful to navigate.

Financial planning may prevent issues leading to divorce

Marriage analysts have known for generations that money problems are the leading cause of disharmony in marriages. In fact, couples who struggle financially may find themselves arguing more until an impenetrable resentment gives them no choice but to divorce. An engaged Utah couple may feel it inappropriate to sully their romance with conversations about things as mundane as money, but marriage counselors believe there are certain financial facts every couple should know about each other before they take vows.

Some say Utah's new DUI law could lead to arrests of nondrinkers

After eating high-carb meals or taking certain antibiotics, some people complain of a condition that causes dizziness, nausea and a brain fog similar to intoxication or a hangover. Some victims of this condition even claim the malady results in a measurable alcohol level in their blood even when they have consumed no alcohol. While extremely rare, people who believe they suffer from what is known as auto-brewery syndrome may be concerned about how the impending change in Utah's DUI law will affect them.

Utah anchor faced DUI charges after arrest

When police in Utah find a person that they believe is driving in suspicious manner, they often pull the car over. The traffic stop can be for driving too slowly, too quickly, for a broken tail light or for many other reasons. In some cases, drivers are pulled over when officers suspect DUI is the cause of their erratic driving.

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