A driving under the influence (DUI) conviction can mess up your chances of getting financial aid for your education. Therefore, if you intend to apply for college financing, and you have been charged with DUI, you need to focus on minimizing the effect on your financial aid chances. Here are some helpful measures:
Avoid Drug Charges
A DUI isn't a drug charge, but it's usually accompanied by a drug charge. For example, if you are suspected of having a controlled substance at the time of your DUI stop, you will face both DUI and possession charges.
Going through a divorce is not only a stressful time, but can be expensive. While it is always best to hire an experienced divorce lawyer if one of you is contesting the initial divorce filing, sometimes there is just no money to do so.
There are, however, a number of resources available to you that can help you get through the situation with no, or very little cost. Whether you are the one that does the initial filing, or you have been served with divorce papers, here are a few things you can do to help things move along.
It's not just the overwhelming accumulation of debt that sends filers rushing to file for chapter 7 bankruptcy: the threat of losing property, harassment by bill collectors, and lack of a place to live can also figure heavily in that decision. A bankruptcy filing provides a unique method of putting an immediate stop to certain activities, which lends quick relief and peace. You should know however, that the relief of a bankruptcy filing, which employs something called the automatic stop, doesn't extend to every single debt or issue.
If you have been involved in a car accident and your dog was riding with you, you may be wondering how to pay his or her vet bills for the injuries he or she sustained in the accident. If you were severely injured and are unable to work since the accident, you may not have the money to pay your dog's vet. Learn more about how you can get the compensation you and your dog deserve after a serious car accident.
Just as with any other professional license, a nursing license can be taken away. But there are more ways to lose your nursing license than you might think. Not all of them are directly involved with your professional conduct or how you work. A professional license attorney can give more direction if you are concerned.
1. Drug Addiction
Drug addiction can be considered both a psychological and physical illness. Because of this, nurses who have a drug addiction but are in a management program will not lose their license.