Recently, the Minnesota House of Representatives passed a hands-free bill with a bipartisan tally of 106 to 21. If it the Minnesota Senate passes the bill, holding a cell phone while driving will become illegal in August 2019. While the state’s Senate has yet to pass it, it does show how many local lawmakers no longer want to see people talking or texting on their cellular devices behind the wheel.
Ending a marriage is never an easy task. It is very emotionally draining. Regardless of whether your spouse is in agreement or if this process will be made more difficult by your spouse, you should plan ahead and know how the process works before you take the steps to file. It is a good idea to know what you need to do so you can make it as easy as possible to handle the administrative tasks of filing for divorce in Minnesota.
At the Trenti Law Firm, we represent numerous clients who received injuries in an auto accident. Consequently, we know that driving on Montana’s roads can be hazardous, especially in the winter, and most especially if a moose decides to cross the road right in front of you.
Among all the practical considerations associated with divorce, many people also experience a great deal of stress. This stress can be caused by the failure of the marriage, inadequacies the person may feel, or worries about money. While recovering from a divorce can be quite difficult for couples, there are steps you can take to mitigate stress and find your footing again.