May 2019 Archives

Charges and consequences of DUI in Georgia

Facing any type of criminal allegation can put anyone on edge. In many cases, gaining information on a particular situation could make an accused person feel more at ease because he or she knows more about what to expect from the case. In your situation, you may need to know more about DUI laws.

Consumer Reports unimpressed by Tesla's Autopilot feature

Georgia residents may be aware that several automakers are currently rushing to bring the first self-driving car to the market. Palo Alto-based Tesla claims that their Autopilot feature already boasts many of the capabilities of a level 5 autonomous vehicle, but this is not the conclusion researchers from Consumer Reports magazine reached after testing several cars equipped with the system.

Health and life insurance coverage concerns during split

When Georgia couples are going through a divorce, they have many issues to negotiate. Often, as a result, concerns about insurance policies are forgotten. However, health and life insurance policies are two types of insurance that should be addressed during the split. Being informed about the way divorce can affect coverage and planning for these changes can make the transition into life post-divorce easier.

Financial imbalance could make divorce more likely

Over the years, more women in Georgia have developed active, flourishing careers. Many people who enter a marriage expect that both spouses will contribute financially to maintaining the household. However, some studies indicate that couples in which the wife earns more than her husband are one-third more likely to divorce. There are a number of factors that could lead to this outcome. Some are common to all partnerships with a significant financial imbalance while others may have more to do with the social messages that people receive about income and gender. This kind of social pressure can still persist despite significant social changes.