I am sure that a lot of you wonder: Okay, I am ready for divorce. What can I expect when it comes to custody of my kids? What kind of parenting time or visitation will my spouse and I get when it comes to my kids?
Being stopped by the cops or coming into conttact with the cops can be a pretty scary situation. It can happen as part of a number of different scenarios. It can happen as part of a traffic stop where you are eventually charged with violating a traffic law.
Okay! So the time has come. You have had it. You have tried everything you can possibly think of to save the marriage. Perhaps, you have even tried extended and significant marriage counseling which was painful and emotional—to say the least.
When you come into contact with a police officer working for a local police department, how you handle or conduct yourself during such a contact will probably make a difference in your police experience and how you are treated and dealt with by the police, in return.
Most anyone who has been married for any length of time has probably thought about a divorce. In Missouri, it is not called divorce—it is called a marriage dissolution. For most married persons, the thought of a divorce is nothing more than a fleeting thought...
You hear it all the time in police TV shows: "You have the right to remain silent." Read on to discover why keeping silent after being arrested is usually your best option to stay out of unnecessary trouble.
So you were pulled over and arrested for driving while under the influence or while intoxicated. What happens next, and what should you do to make sure the judge hears your story completely and honestly? Read on to hear the answers to these important and necessary questions.