Let’s discuss social media and divorce, and how what you post online can affect the outcome of family law cases in Texas. In today’s society, communication and self-expression have become increasingly simple thanks to the widespread use of social media. With various forms of social media and electronic messaging becoming a fixture in the daily…Read More
When two parties enter into a contract for goods or services, the parties generally create a set of responsibilities to one another. Each side is obligated to perform their part of the contract in exchange for the performance by the other side. A contract that would be upheld by a court is called an enforceable…Read More
I get this question a lot — “Should I hire a lawyer when buying a house in Texas?” The answer, as is often the case with many things in life, is “It depends.” Although, I will add that, even in the most banal of real estate transactions, having an attorney on your side who can…Read More
This article only concerns military retirement and divorce in Texas. Recently, the United States Supreme Court issued a ruling that could significantly impact former members of the military and their spouses who are divorced or going through a divorce. According to some estimates, this could potentially affect tens of millions of people. In May 2017,…Read More
Preparing for an initial consultation with an attorney about a pending divorce, in Texas or in any state, can be very stressful. Most consultations are about one hour, so that means you have limited time to share all of the information that you feel is pertinent to your divorce. This is also your opportunity to…Read More
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