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Florida woman faces DUI charge

According to authorities in Florida, a woman tried to place a wager on how high her blood alcohol content was after being detained for driving while impaired. The 62-year-old was found near The Villages retirement community where she lived after police received a report of an intoxicated female at a fire station. After taking the woman out of her Acura, officers placed her in a police car and took her to a local jail.

Prenuptial agreements are no longer taboo

Asking for a prenuptial agreement is not a death knell for a marriage. More couples are realizing the value of pre-marriage contracts, especially those who have experienced divorce in their own childhood. You may be among those who acknowledge that marriage is not what it used to be, and even the most committed relationships may falter as time passes.

The many costs associated with divorce

Florida spouses who are going through a divorce should think about the financial impact of separating. While ending a marriage may be necessary, it's important to go over one's current financial situation before starting the process. This is because it may be necessary to divide debt as well as positive assets such as a house or retirement account. Therefore, being proactive could make it easier to structure a settlement that's in a person's best interest.

When is a DUI a felony?

Mechanical violations, parking tickets and speeding citations are infractions nearly everyone has dealt with. Whether you fail to see the stop sign or zip through it intentionally, you may end up with a ticket that will cost you time to resolve and ultimately money. However, when it comes to drunk driving, you are looking at an offense that can be far more serious than an infraction.

Divorce and social media: A few things to consider

Many Florida residents have social media accounts and frequently interact with online friends. However, an internet acquaintance is not necessarily the same thing as a personal friend. Divorce is difficult enough without getting social media involved. That's why couples headed toward divorce should take precautions when posting on social media, especially if they have young children.

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