Once their summer vacations come to a close, many California students have a hard time going back to school. Some struggle with no longer being able to sleep in an extra three hours, while others are overwhelmed by the amount of homework and extracurricular activities they have to come back to.
It can be difficult to remember that car accidents do not necessarily only cause harm to human beings. Involvement in a car accident can cause injury to dogs and other pets as well. Last Wednesday, a two-car collision in Lancaster, California, resulted in the deaths of four human occupants, three from one vehicle and two from another. In addition, the crash also killed two dogs that were riding in one of the automobiles at the time of the crash.
As you begin to prepare for your divorce proceedings in Westminster, one thing that needs to be considered is how you will support yourself (and possibly your children) with your ex-spouse no longer providing you with financial assistance. In this context “support” means both direct income and ancillary benefits (such as health insurance). Speaking specifically of the latter, if your ex-spouse was the primary income earner in your marital home, then you were likely covered under the group health plan offered by their employer. Where is yours (and your kids’ insurance coverage) to come from once you are no longer married?
Recent years have seen a dramatic increase in the amount of resources dedicated to informing the general public as to the dangers of drunk driving. Yet even with these efforts to increase awareness, intoxicated drivers continue to be a danger on the road. Indeed, according to information shared by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 10,497 people were killed by drunk drivers in the U.S. in 2017 alone. When one is involved in an accident with a drunk driver, their frustrations might be aimed not only at the drivers that hit them, but also at those establishments in Westminster that served the alcohol that led to their intoxication.
Some entrepreneurs look at purchasing a franchise as a safe bet. After all, you have a ready-made brand and clientele at your disposal, so it stands to reason that you might think success is assured. This is not the case, however. Franchisees face just as much risk as any other business owner, according to Forbes. The following are a few key factors to keep in mind before you make a substantial investment in a franchise.
Social media is supposed to bring people closer together, but this is not beneficial in each and every case. Some married people use the internet to carry on affairs, which can have a devastating effect on a person's marriage. Identifying online infidelity can be a bit difficult, which is why Very Well Mind recommends looking out for the following signs if you're experiencing issues in your relationship.