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Arrested during Spring Break at Myrtle Beach?

Spring Break is a classic college ritual where students want to let loose and have some fun. Sometimes, however, excessive drinking and partying can lead to an arrest. This can be an incredibly intimidating experience, especially if you are a first-time offender. 

Whether police caught you drinking underage or law enforcement officers arrested you on other charges, the important thing now is to understand your next steps and build an effective strategy for your defense and for moving forward. You may benefit from seeking out an attorney who works with college students in similar situations.

Tips for tourists to avoid shady hotels

Myrtle Beach is a popular destination for numerous tourists each year. In 2016, some estimates held that nearly 18 million tourists visited Myrtle Beach in the summer, and anyone planning on vacationing there can rightfully expect to have a great time.

However, people also need to do their due diligence to avoid an injury or something worse. There are many fantastic hotels in the area, but there are also many unreputable ones. Some hotels may even be hot spots for drug users and prostitutes. Each year, many tourists book rooms at such hotels because they do not know better. Here are some tips for staying safe and avoiding such a situation. 

When to pursue legal separation instead of divorce

When South Carolina couples decide they no longer wish to remain married, they typically obtain a divorce. Fortunately, those numbers continue to decline. A report from Fox Carolina shows the divorce rate in the state was 2.9 divorces out of every 1,000 couples in 2014 compared to the rate being at 3.1 in 2010.

Although most people's thoughts turn toward divorce when they no longer wish to live with a spouse, it is important to also consider a legal separation.This occurs when a couple no longer lives together but still maintains all the benefits of legal marriage. In actuality, there are some circumstances where a legal separation is actually preferable.

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