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April 2020 Archives

Proactive response to violation of a family law enforcement order

Some – candidly, many – divorcing Texas couples view marital dissolution in terms akin to a drawn-out sporting contest, perhaps a marathon. Many divorces have multiple and sometimes contested issues to sort through, and it is understandable why some impending exes don’t look beyond execution of a divorce decree when they assign finality to their decoupling. They simply want the process to end.

Motor vehicle collisions: Be alert at Texas intersections

The days of driving for fun and leisure in Texas are nearly obsolete. While you may still have a favorite rural route that you enjoy traveling in your free time, most of the time you spend behind the wheel is commuting to and from work, running errands or other circumstances that often land you in bumper-to-bumper traffic. Avoiding motor vehicle collisions can be a great challenge, especially at intersections.

Distracted driving isn't new, but it's still just as deadly

The latest technological advances make it easier to stay in touch with friends and family, watch your favorite shows, shop at your favorite online retailer and more with a device that fits in your hand. If you are like most people, you don't own a desktop computer or have a landline in your home anymore. You may have a laptop computer, but you probably rely on your smartphone more than you would like to admit.

Health pandemic especially spotlights one estate planning focus

The unprecedented COVID-19 virus pandemic has fundamentally altered life for virtually all Americans, at least over the near term. Texas authorities have joined with other state regulators spanning the county in crafting stay-home and linked policies aimed at dramatically curbing the virus’ spread and clawing back a sense of social normalcy.

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