If you have an existing DUI conviction on your criminal record, you know how much trouble it can cause for your life. However, that may not necessarily prevent you from drinking and driving again. The temptation to consume alcohol and get behind the wheel can be...
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Month: October 2018
Statistcs show an increase in drug-related traffic fatalities
As drivers in Kentucky already know, laws regarding driving under the effect of alcohol have been on the books for decades. Likewise, the means for testing a motorist are also long established. As more states are legalizing the use of marijuana, and an opiate epidemic...
How some personality traits can endanger a marriage
There are certain personality traits that may increase the likelihood that a Kentucky resident might get a divorce. For example, all people are selfish sometimes, but people who are consistently selfish and always have to get their own way may be endangering their...
Tax changes for alimony, child deduction after divorce
Kentucky divorces in which children or alimony are a factor will be affected by the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. This act changed how parents can claim children on their taxes and how alimony is treated. While divorced parents will no longer be able to use IRS form...
Handling DUI checkpoints in Kentucky
Generally, police officers must have probable cause to stop a driver on suspicion of DUI. Thus, they must observe some indication, however minimal, of impairment, recklessness or violation of traffic rules. However, the law also allows sobriety checkpoints, where...
Dealing with finances during a “gray divorce”
A growing number of older Americans in Kentucky and across the country are choosing to end their marriages. While divorce rates have held steady or even declined across the American population as a whole, “gray divorce” rates have doubled since 1990 for...
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