Archive for October 2014

DUI, DWI, and Drunk Driving – What’s the difference?

 The DWI definition (Driving While Intoxicated) in Texas is when a person operates a motor vehicle while intoxicated. “Intoxicated” is defined in the Texas Penal Code as “not having the normal use of mental or physical faculties by reason of the introduction of alcohol, a controlled substance, a combination of two or more of those…

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What to Ask a Real Estate Lawyer

Real estate lawyers are invaluable assets to have on your side to provide sound guidance and counsel for a myriad of issues pertaining to property law. Generally speaking, however, low-key real estate transactions do not necessarily call for an attorney’s expertise. People oftentimes reach out to their real estate broker or agent when questions about…

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When You Are Stopped for DWI

Your attorney would prefer that you only do or say what the law requires of you when you are stopped for suspicion of DWI, AND NOTHING MORE!! When the red lights go off behind you, safely pull over to the right as soon as possible. Put the car in park and keep your hands visible…

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Collaborative Family Law

Handling family issues requires patience, finesse and mutual respect if relationships are to remain amiable following a disagreement. Sometimes issues within the family can become so heated or complicated that they escalate into situations where going to court sounds like the most reasonable method of settling the complication. But before deciding to go to court,…

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