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December 2014

Grounds for a Divorce

In the State of Texas, there are “fault” grounds for a divorce and “no-fault” grounds for a divorce. Most divorces are filed as “no-fault” divorces. But often times, the actions of one spouse may be the cause of the divorce. The purpose of this article is to describe the various grounds for divorce in Texas. Read More

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What You Should Know About Inverse Condemnation

In the United States, federal, state and local governments have the power to seize private land or property for pubic use. This power, known as eminent domain, can seem unfair or unnecessary to private property owners, but it is permitted by our Constitution as long as the property owners receive just compensation. However, if there Read More

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Questions to Ask a Divorce Attorney

While everybody hopes for always and forever when they say, “I do,” sometimes things just do not work out as planned. Whenever divorce is inevitable and you are thinking about hiring a divorce attorney, it is important to find the right one for your case. This may take some time and homework, but don’t settle Read More

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