Having a long commute can take its toll on you. You may feel frustrated sitting in traffic thinking about all of the other things you could be doing, and to make up for lost time, you may try to multitask. You might eat breakfast on the way to work, so you can sleep in a little later. You might make that important phone call while driving, so you can have more time with your kids when you get home. While the temptation to multitask is understandable, your multitasking can risk your safety and the safety of others on the road.
Child custody is a significant concern for many parents facing a divorce, including parents divorcing in Maryland. Family law resources are available in every state to help guide divorcing parents through their child custody concerns and they should be familiar with what those resources are and how they can help.
Just as there are multiple forms of divorce resolution, there are a couple types of divorce. Absolute divorce, where the marriage is fully dissolved, is the kind most people are familiar with. Limited divorce is another form of divorce acknowledged by the state of Maryland.
This blog recently discussed the different types of injuries car accident victims can suffer. This post will take a closer look at one type of car accident injury victims may suffer that can result in serious harm to victims. Victims of car accidents may suffer soft tissue injuries that can worsen over time and impact the lives of car accident victims long after a car accident.