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If you’re dealing with a DUI, chances are you’re probably feeling a range of emotions. You could be feeling embarrassed, confused or simply stressed out. During this time, you’re not the only one who will be feeling a rollercoaster of emotions due to your DUI arrest. Relationships with your parents, children, friends, and spouse can all be affected by your run-in with the law. The financial and emotional toll of a DUI can be overwhelming for anyone. The best way to minimize the stress of this situation is to hire a DUI lawyer that will look out for the best interest of your case. Here at Weingart Firm, we work for the best outcome to let you move on with your life. Emotionally dealing with DUI can require a bit of work too, especially for your loved ones. Today, Mark Weingart is blogging from his firm to explain how friends and family can be affected by a DUI.
Impact on Marriages: A relationship between spouses is a cohesive and interdependent partnership, so it’s no surprise that a DUI from one partner will disrupt the entire relationship. Many times, the financial aspect can have the most effect on marriages. If one income is no longer coming in due to jail time, suspended license, or terminated employment, the other spouse is forced to pick up the slack. The American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy reports that financial issues caused by alcohol problems can often spark arguments and unhappiness.
Impact on Children: Children will often be confused or scared with the situation and it can be difficult for a parent to explain why they’re in this particular predicament. Kids can also lose respect for their parents and feel resentful or ashamed. The credibility of a parent can be hurt by a DUI.
Impact on Parents and Siblings: Dealing with a DUI can cause loved one to be concerned for your emotional state. It’s pretty common for parents and siblings to become overbearing because they don’t want further emotional or financial damage to occur because of the DUI. The constant attention from a sibling or parent can cause those dealing with a DUI to feel suffocated, causing more family tension.
Are you and your family dealing with the emotional and financial troubles of a DUI? Ease the stress of your situation by choosing an experienced lawyer. Mark Weingart has worked for 35 years now to help the citizens of Arizona deal with their DUI cases. If you would like to find out what we can do for you, we encourage you to contact our office and schedule a no-obligation case evaluation with Mark Weingart today