If you are thinking about whether the time has come for you to end your marriage, or you and your spouse have already decided that it is not working out, you could have a variety of questions about divorce. Finding answers can help clear up confusion, but our law firm also realizes that some people believe various myths related to the divorce process. In order to have a better understanding of potential outcomes and your rights, it might be helpful for you to look at some of these myths.
Motor vehicle collisions happen in all sorts of ways and the details vary from one accident to the next. Sometimes, a drunk driver causes a crash, but many other factors can lead to a wreck, such as fatigue and ice on the roads. Unfortunately, many happen to involve a large truck or a bus and these collisions are especially devastating in many cases. It can take large truck drivers much longer to slow down, which can greatly increase the odds of someone passing away or suffering an injury. Moreover, we know that many people in Broomfield and other parts of Colorado have been killed or injured because of the massive size of these trucks.
As the parent of a child, a plethora of challenges may arise, regardless of their age. Even if you have children who are older, your divorce could affect them emotionally and you may need to explain what is happening and how life will change. With younger children, this can be even more difficult and it is vital to set aside enough time to go over any worries they may have, especially with regard to a custody arrangement.
During the winter months, strong storms can bring down power lines, which presents a number of risks. Aside from the risk of electrical shock, this hazard can also increase the chances of a motor vehicle accident. If you need to drive during strong winds or blizzard conditions, it is important for you to be mindful of the different risks that may be present on the road.
Family law issues can be emotionally charged for many reasons. Sometimes, people are angry over the outcome of a child support order or custody decision, while others may be upset about how marital property was split. Divorce can also follow infidelity and some people are upset about their spouse's decision to end the marriage. In extreme situations, someone may be harassed by their former marital partner so severely that they will need to take steps to protect themselves and their children. If your spouse has harassed you in a way which is against the law, you should look over your choices right away.