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  • Driving After Two Drinks Is Fine, Right?
    Driving After Two Drinks Is Fine, Right?

    Every person and each driving under the influence (DUI) case is different. Factors such as sex, weight, hunger, dehydration, and even elevation levels can affect how quickly you get drunk, so there is ...

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  • Why People Hire Attorneys in Contested Divorces
    Why People Hire Attorneys in Contested Divorces

    The Holmes and Rahe Stress Scale is a strong psychological tool used to diagnose a person’s stress levels. Unsurprisingly, the death of a spouse is the highest-rated stressor, and divorce is the ...

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  • Is Alimony a Part of Every Divorce?
    Is Alimony a Part of Every Divorce?

    Every divorce involves the legal separation of two people’s lives, but does every divorce include alimony payments? Well, if you don’t know the answer, you’ve come to the right place! Alimony & ...

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  • Is Mediation the Right Choice for Your Divorce?
    Is Mediation the Right Choice for Your Divorce?

    We have all seen the movies where couples get divorced in courtrooms where the judges have to bang the gavel five or six times before getting the attention of the room. While some traditional divorces ...

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  • Property Division in Divorce: It’s Not Equal
    Property Division in Divorce: It’s Not Equal

    Equitable and equal mean the same thing, right? Wrong. Unfortunately, many people believe these two terms mean the same thing, but Buckmaster and Ellzey is here to explain how these terms are ...

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  • Evidence Police Collect for DUIs
    Evidence Police Collect for DUIs

    A judge or jury is who decides if someone is innocent or guilty of a crime, but the police are the ones who provide the evidence that judges use during criminal trials. In fact, officers are the ones ...

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