If you are like many individuals here in New Hampshire, you spend a good deal of time behind the wheel commuting to and from work and doing other travels. With so much time spent driving, there are many different on-the-road situations you could encounter. Some could have impacts on your future. One is if you are pulled over by police and accused of a traffic violation.
When you see a commercial or semi-truck on the freeway, your instinct probably tells you to stay clear. Not only are the giant tires intimidating compared to your vehicle, but you’ve also read countless news articles about the frequency of truck-involved accidents, and you’re determined not to make one of those headlines.
When it comes to child visitation rights, each state carries its own complexities. Mix in a serious charge, like multiple DUIs from a noncustodial parent and the complexities become even trickier. If you find yourself in a situation where you could potentially lose child visitation rights due to a terrible mistake you've made, this is what you need to know.
During a divorce, you make a number of important choices that affect your family’s future. Some of the biggest decisions revolve around your children. Who will they live with? How often will they see your ex-spouse? How much money will be given in child support payments? The questions can seem endless.