There are occasions when one spouse wants to divorce while the other would rather not. Is there anything that these people can do? At first, it can seem as if a contentious divorce will result, because, after all, it is hard to force someone to stay married.
Surprisingly, there are ways to compromise. Who knows, perhaps the aggrieved person just needs some time alone. This fact does not mean there has to be a total dissolution of the marriage.
If you are pulled over while driving under the influence, you may be arrested and convicted of a DUI. Even after you have paid the consequences, such as serving jail time or paying fines, it will still be on your record. While not a major crime, it can keep you from getting an apartment or qualifying for a job when they run your background check.
Removing a DUI offense from your record is called expunging your record.
If you recently filed a Social Security disability insurance (SSDI) claim, you may want to know if you'll automatically receive Medicare or state insurance after your approval. Although SSDI is a type of insurance for people who can't work due to a temporary or permanent disability, it doesn't automatically provide you with Medicare benefits once the Social Security Administration approves your application. Currently, you have to wait at least two years before Medicare kicks in.
No one likes the idea of having to go into a nursing home. However, many people become too ill to live on their own. They need the assistance that a nursing home can provide. Sometimes, though, the nursing home staff neglects or mistreats the people they are supposed to care for.
It can be difficult to tell if your family members are being mistreated. They might be scared to talk about it, or they might not be aware of it.