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When paternity is in question

What Type of Lawyer Do You Want Representing You?

Legal Scenarios in Big Little Lies

They're People Too: Knowing the Judge's Sympathies Can Be Essential to Winning a Case

Domestic Violence: How MEPOs and Temporary Protective Orders can help

Cases involving domestic violence allegations are some of the most emotionally challenging cases in family law, and it's vitally important to get them right. The facts can be challenging to pin down, and in far too many cases, domestic violence impacts both the welfare of children and the unity of families.

No More New Year's Resolutions!

So here we are at January again. It's hard to believe that another year has gone by and that it is 2016. January. A time for fresh starts. A time to assess where we've been and reassess where we are going. A time to make those dreaded New Year's Resolutions.

Bigotry Hides in the Bathroom

On November 3, 2015, Houston voters rejected an ordinance that made it unlawful to discriminate against an individual based on sex, race, color, ethnicity, national origin, age, familial status, marital status, military status, religion, disability, sexual orientation, genetic information, gender identity or pregnancy. The ordinance encompassed discrimination in various sectors, including employment, contracting, public accommodation and fair housing.

Syrian Refugee Crisis

There was a time when America was the first to step up and render aid to countries and peoples in crisis; when our light truly was a shining beacon to the tired, the poor, the huddled masses. Our Country was founded on the premise of welcoming less-fortunate people from other lands seeking the freedoms that we enjoy.  Very few of us claim our ancestry from native peoples - we all came here.  From different countries, religions, principles and beliefs.  But we came in droves.  And we were embraced by the liberty offered us by this country.

Family Law can help recover child custody from CPS

When most people think of Family Law, they imagine a couple going through a heated divorce, attempting to determine who gets what in the division of marital assets. If there are children in the marriage, issues such as child custody and child support may instead take priority, but the truth is that many people only consider Family Law as a legal area that handles issues related to marriage and the dissolution of marriage.

Are there legal requirements for divorcing in Texas?

Nearly every state has specific requirements for filing for a divorce. Obviously the dissolution of a marriage is a significant issue in many ways: legally, socially and even religiously for some people. Because of this, states want to make sure that people cannot simply file for divorce haphazardly and without treating the situation with the severity it deserves. That is why certain requirements must be met in most states before divorce proceedings can continue.

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