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Prenuptial Agreement: What Is It & Do You Need One?

Over the years, it has been a common practice for the wealthy to obtain prenuptial agreements to protect their property should a divorce occur. But prenuptial agreements aren’t just for the wealthy. In fact, a majority of attorneys—62%—have see...

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Why Should You Pay for an Initial Consultation With an Attorney?

When searching for legal assistance, you’ll find attorneys that charge an initial consultation fee and those who offer initial consultations for free. Although it’s tempting to reach out to an attorney who offers a free consultation, paying for a...

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5 Tips for Preparing for Your Divorce

5 Tips for Preparing for Your Divorce

Knowing your marriage is heading toward divorce often raises more questions and concerns than anything. There are many items to consider, all which you have to juggle while trying to do what’s best for you and your family. Can you afford it? What w...

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Understanding the Consequences of Drug Possession Crimes

Around the United States, drug crimes are on the rise. Drug possession and related crimes involving drug use are one of the leading causes of arrest. In fact, according to the Federal Bureau of Investigation, there is an average of one drug arrest ev...

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How to Manage a Co-Parenting Schedule

After a divorce, the majority of couples with children enter into a co-parenting agreement for the benefit of their children, most taking advantage of 50/50 time. During this time, it’s important to properly manage the co-parenting schedule to ease...

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Texas DWI Record Sealing

Texas Nondisclosure Law Has Changed: How to Put That DWI Behind You For years, Texas courts told defendants the same thing—that a DWI conviction will stay on your record forever, never going away, no matter what. But things have changed, and they...

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What Parents Should Know About Juvenile Crime in Texas

The last thing parents want is for a youthful mistake to haunt their child for the rest of his or her life. And here in Texas, where the penalties for a juvenile crime can be rather severe, that is a real possibility. In this post, we’ll briefly hi...

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Applying for a Passport for Children When You’re Divorced

Divorced parents who want to apply for a passport to travel internationally with their children must provide additional information beyond the standard passport application. When the passport office is satisfied that the parents have met all the requ...

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How the Consequences of a DWI Can Add Up

DWIs come with strict statutory consequences, including fines, jail time and license suspension. But, more than just these consequences, DWIs can complicate your whole life. Consider all the possible consequences when deciding whether to fight a firs...

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