Minnesota teens who get more exposure to the consequences of dangerous driving behavior, such as visiting hospitals and morgues, may gain a better understanding of the risk of some types of driving behavior. However, they may not necessarily change their own behavior over the longer term. Researchers who looked at a supplemental drivers' education program in Texas said that data from a follow-up two months later was inconclusive.
Divorce is a complex and trying time for Minnesota couples of all income levels, but it can be an especially complex process for high-asset couples. When there are valuable assets and a significant amount of money at stake, it can be difficult to be reasonable and discuss these issues peacefully. Some spouses may even attempt to hide assets.
When parents in Minnesota head to court for a child custody hearing, they may be confused about what to expect and even intimidated by the process. However, people can be ready for their hearings by getting prepared in advance and learning more about what to expect. Preparation is particularly key when making a case for custody, and it can include factors from wearing the right clothes to being ready to present a logistical plan for the children's care.