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July 2018 Archives

Importance of focusing on the right things during divorces

Some Nebraskans who go through divorces view the process in terms of winners and losers. It is important for them to understand, however, that no one wins in divorces. It is better for people to approach their divorce cases with their focuses on the future rather than on the past.

Credit card fraud in Nebraska

Credit card fraud can be devastating for the victim, but also the perpetrator. With today’s technology, it’s easier than for information to be digitally stolen. One day, you could be purchasing bath towels online. The next day, another individual could be using the credit card information from states away.

Children need both parents after a divorce

After a divorce in Nebraska or any other state, it is critical that parents do what is in the best interests of their children. This may include putting aside their own differences to make this happen. It is important to note that parents do not need to do this on their own. Parent coordinators can help them overcome conflicts such as how rigid a parenting plan should be or how to resolve other problems related to raising a child.

Why children should learn about prenups early

Parents in Nebraska and throughout the country may want to have a conversation with their children about prenuptial agreements when they first start dating. By waiting until just before the wedding to introduce the topic, a parent could offend a son or daughter as well as the person he or she is marrying. By talking about the subject early, a child can learn that such agreements can be beneficial as opposed to detrimental.

The relationship between summer and domestic violence

Researchers are attempting to find out if domestic violence is more likely to occur in Nebraska and elsewhere during the summer. One representative from the Spouse Abuse, Sexual Assault Crisis Center said that this is likely happening as there tends to be more people at the facility during the summer months. She cited an increase in drinking and people going out more to celebrate holidays as to why this could be the case.

The consequences of underage drinking and driving accusations

In the state of Nebraska, the legal limit for drinking and driving is a blood alcohol content of .08 percent. However, this law only applies to those who are age 21 or older. For drivers who are under 21, any amount of alcohol in their system could result in serious legal consequences.