Floridians going through a divorce can quickly find themselves overwhelmed. This is understandable. After all, there are a number of legal issues that must be addressed, and the outcome of each can have significant ramifications for an individual's future. If not handled correctly, property division can leave a person facing financial difficulty, alimony and child support matters can create an uncertain financial future, and child custody and visitation issues can have a tremendous effect on one's relationship with their children.
When Floridians think about drug charges, they often envision those criminal offenses that are most obvious, such as possession and possession with intent to distribute. These drug crimes are common enough, and those accused of them need to vigorously defend themselves, but these offenses are not the only drug charges that can disrupt an individual's life. Instead, even seemingly minor crimes related to drugs can have a significant impact on one's life.