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October 2017 Archives

How will spousal support be determined in my divorce?

Spousal support can be one of the most significant concerns during a couple's divorce. Spousal support may be awarded to one spouse during the divorce process of may be agreed upon by the couple. Divorcing couples may wonder how spousal support is determined and what purpose it serves. Spousal support is intended to provide assistance to a lower-wage earning spouse or a spouse that did not work during the marriage and may have remained in the home to care for the household and children.

Man faces DWI charges after speaking with police

DWI charges are serious charges in North Carolina. An alderman from a nearby North Carolina community west of the Statesville area was recently cited for DWI. It was determined by a breathalyzer test that the man allegedly had a .09 blood alcohol content level. In North Carolina, it is illegal to drive with a blood alcohol content level of .08 or higher. According to authorities, the man was cited after entering a gas station to purchase cigarettes and beginning a conversation with police.

What behavior falls under the category of domestic violence?

Domestic violence can include a variety of behaviors so it is important for individuals who are accused of domestic violence in North Carolina to understand what it includes. Domestic violence can be physical in nature, emotional, sexual or financial. Harassment can also be another form of domestic violence and can occur through various forms of communication.

Options for challenging traffic tickets

Traffic tickets are not something to ignore and may be something the accused individual wishes to fight. There are a number of reasons to challenge a traffic ticket including reasons related to the potential consequences of a traffic ticket such as fees and increased insurance rates. Traffic tickets can be issued for a range of traffic violations including for speeding and running red lights.

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