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Think Before Taking That Lawsuit to Court

Three Questions to Ask Yourself Before Heading to the Courtroom When people feel like they’ve been wronged by another party in some form or fashion, taking a lawsuit against that party to court tends to be one of—if not the first—options they entertain. Understandably, we can all fly off the handle to an extent after 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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What You Should Know About Identity Theft

Technological advancements in today’s society have changed nearly every aspect of everyday life. From communicating with loved ones to shopping for goods and services, all you need seems to only be a click or swipe away. Despite all the good that comes from the convenience of technology and online abilities, it’s easier now than ever Read More

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Procedure, the Sword and Shield

“I’m done with this! I just want to sue him,” the client says over the phone, “I’m just done.” I reply that we can get everything underway for the litigation, but that it takes time. People who feel that they have been wronged are interested in justice for themselves. There is an understandable frustration, and Read More

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Eight Essential Tips for Filing for Bankruptcy

Prepare for Your Financial Fresh Start Bankruptcy is oftentimes viewed to be the result of frivolous spending and being financially irresponsible. While this is sometimes the case, the truth of the matter is that filing for bankruptcy is simply a legal means of reorganizing or purging debts in order to bring about a fresh financial 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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What You Need to Know About Fraud

In life, there’s rarely an easy way out of anything. It may be very difficult to make any headway in a certain challenge, but powering through and/or exploring other viable options are always better than committing a fraudulent act. “Fraud” is a general term used to describe a dishonest means of obtaining something of value 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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