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Texas Driver's License Suspension After An Auto Accident Civil Judgment

Sophia was excited.1 She was an avid hat pin collector and her new hat pin was scheduled to arrive today. Hat pins were how she remembered her grandmother Adassa. Her grandmother developed her interest in hat pins beauty and history. She wore her hat pins proudly on her work apron at the hardware store. It was one of the few things her boss allowed to be worn on her work hats or apron to express individuality. Sophia was as giddy as a child in anticipation of what was to arrive in her mail...

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YOU'RE TELLING ME MY 12 YEAR OLD CAN CHANGE MY TEXAS CUSTODY ORDER?

Allison was dropped off from her school bus. She opened the door to her home, walked in the kitchen, grabbed an orange to snack on and then headed to her bedroom to login to her laptop. She planned to login to her Facebook account to chat with friends about the days events at her middle school. She walked in her room and began screaming atop her lungs.

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Smile, You Are On Camera During That Traffic Stop

Ben jumped in his cobalt blue 2018 mustang convertible. His parents got him the car as a high school graduation gift. He picked up his date Charlotte. Ben was excited has he spent most of high school trying to get Charlotte's attention. After graduation and getting his new car, Charlotte took a new look at Ben and agreed to go out with him. Now, they were on the way to their first date at the movie theater on Westcreek and Westheimer. Ben planned for a romantic evening. They would eat dinner...

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No Agreement Needed To Get A Texas Divorce

Charlie: I am tired of this. We argue over money, our faith, the dog, even the silly thermometer. I am tired of living in strife. This situation is maddening and I can't take it anymore. This is not working Susan, I want a divorce.

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Waiting Periods to Divorce and Remarry in Texas

Things could not have been more different for Kelly. Exactly one year ago, she was on her own with no money, no place to stay and a broken heart. Her husband Pete took up with a new girlfriend 25 years his junior. He threw her belongings out on the lawn and locked her out of their home. Kelly suspected he was having yet another affair but did not think a break-up was in their future. During their fourteen years together, she looked the other way on Pete's infidelities because she did not have...

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The Texas Ticket For Failure to Drive In A Single Lane

Bert and Elise were visiting their granddaughter Josephine for her first Thanksgiving. They were driving from Austin but made it to the Houston city limits. Bert saw his exit on US 290 and took it. No less than two minutes after he exited the freeway, he saw flashing red and blue lights in his rearview mirror. Bert was surprised because he was careful to maintain his speed and was aware of committing no traffic violations. He pulled over to the side of the road. Elise looked just as surprised...

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Genetic Testing's Role in Texas Paternity Cases

There was always talk that Fred was the daddy. However, each time Fred asked to see his purported daughter Jillian, her Mom Patricia, would not allow it. There was always some excuse and Fred heard it all. “We have plans that weekend.” “Jillian would be at grandma's.” “Jillian does not know him and was too young to spend time with a stranger.” “Jillian and/or Patricia was ill.” “It was way too cold to carry a child that age out.” “It was way too hot to carry a child that age out.” The excuses...

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Is A Power of Attorney or A Guardianship Best?

Doris was concerned about her mom Kitty. After her father passed, Kitty lived alone in the home Doris grew up in. Although her father Lou was the breadwinner and took care of the bills prior to his death from throat cancer, Kitty had no trouble taking on the responsibilities previously done by her husband. Seven years after Lou's passing, Kitty timely paid the monthly bills, took over Lou's floral shop and kept it a successful business. However, recently Kitty suffered a stroke. She was...

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A TEXAS SAPCR EXPLAINED

A SAPCR (pronounced sap sir) is a Suit Affecting the Parent Child Relationship. The suit will deal with the issues of a person's right to parent a child and can mark the beginning or end of a parent/child relationship. A court in a SAPCR lawsuit will make decisions concerning a person's ability to have access, control, and/or possession to a child. The suit can also address the issues of child support.

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Top Five Things That Could Go Wrong In Traffic Court

Ed completely forgot about appearing for his no insurance, speeding and expired registration ticket he received three months ago. He was not worried about the ticket despite the advertisements he received in the mail from law offices telling him of his warrants. He discussed his situation with his friends and family. Their responses varied. His friend Steve told him to hire an attorney to get rid of the warrants. His older brother Anthony, told him to mail in the court payments and just be...