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Weird Laws in America: Part One

The American legal system serves as a framework that oversees how our society functions. It takes into account the freedoms and ideologies of the nation at large and involves the creation and enforcement of various laws meant to keep our citizens safe. Be that as it may, our legal system also comprises various laws that Read More

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I Loaned My Friend/Family Member Money—Can I Get it Back?

Sometimes family members or close friends will be in need of some assistance, and ask for a personal loan. It is important to understand that a loan to another person is a contract, and Texas law has rules governing contracts. Becoming a lender for someone is typically a bad idea when that is not your Read More

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Ten New Texas Laws

Changes to Texas Law You Should Know We have successfully made it through the first month of 2016, and as far as we can tell, the new year is off to a great start. Whether you’ve been striving to make some changes in your life as part of your New Year’s resolutions or avoiding resolutions Read More

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What Is Construction Law?

Everyone knows a lawyer is a person who practices law, one who (at the very least) provides legal counsel and representation to his or her clients. What you may not know is there are many different areas of law in which a lawyer can specialize, from family and civil law to municipal and real estate Read More

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Stages of Condemnation in Texas

Condemnation in Texas (i.e., Eminent Domain) is a process whereby a State or other entity with the power of Eminent Domain may take all or a part of your property for adequate consideration. The process has three stages. The first stage is informal. In this stage, you are usually contacted by a landman or by Read More

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Asset Protection – Avoiding Fraudulent Transfers

During consultations, clients frequently ask, “Now that I’ve been sued, what can I do to protect my property from a judgment?” Sadly, the law of fraudulent transfers limits the options available to a lawyer to help you protect your assets in such a situation. As with most things, when it comes to protecting your own Read More

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Five Common Business Law Mistakes

Starting a business can be an exciting-yet-scary venture in life. There are so many different factors to consider during the start-up process that go beyond simply picking out the perfect name, office space, equipment and amenities. With a multitude of loose ends to tie up, decisions to make and documents to sign, it’s not unheard Read More

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What Does a Seller’s Disclosure Notice NOT Tell You About the Property?

By Don White Board Certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization in both Commercial and Residential Real Estate Law When a Seller offers a home for sale, they are required under the Contract to provide the buyer with a Seller’s Disclosure Notice. This Notice is a disclosure of the Seller’s knowledge of any areas that Read More

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The Cost of Doing Business

Tale of Two Businesses (A Business Parable) Two entrepreneurs went to visit an attorney’s office. One was named Joe Pennypincher, the other was Patrick Preparedman. They each wanted to start a business and needed documents drawn up. At each of their consults, the attorney explained how he would go through and get the important factors Read More

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How Are Law Offices Structured?

Four Common Organizational Structures A law office is a place to go whenever you need guidance or representation for various types of legal matters ranging from child custody and juvenile defense to bankruptcy and oil/mineral rights. At its most basic level, a law office houses a lawyer, who provides services in his or her area Read More

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