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What to Do if You Are Not Receiving Child Support in Texas

What to Do if You Are Not Receiving Child Support in Texas

Child support problems can be extremely difficult.  In some cases, child support is genial, and the parties are willing to pay child support even without court intervention.  However, many cases are much worse, and trying to get the child support you deserve can be a...

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How Long Do Car Accidents Cases Usually Take in Texas?

How Long Do Car Accidents Cases Usually Take in Texas?

One of the most unfortunate and undeniable facts of car accidents is that no one can predict when they will occur. It is very likely that if given a chance, people would decide to avoid an accident altogether. However, accidents happen more frequently than people...

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How Long Does Alimony Last in Texas?

How Long Does Alimony Last in Texas?

Alimony, or as Texas calls it, “spousal maintenance,” is not usually permanent.  In many cases, spousal maintenance only lasts for a limited period of time to help divorced people get back on their feet.  Especially if they have medical needs or the marriage was...

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How Long Do Slip and Fall Cases Usually Take in Texas?

How Long Do Slip and Fall Cases Usually Take in Texas?

Personal injury lawsuits are often unpredictable. Typically, the more complex a case is, the longer it will take to resolve. Sometimes, seemingly simple cases end up having complicated facts or evidence, which makes the case take longer. There are multiple parts in...

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Can I Get a Divorce in Texas if My Spouse Cheated on Me?

Can I Get a Divorce in Texas if My Spouse Cheated on Me?

Divorces based on cheating are never easy. There may be a lot of pain and animosity between you and your spouse, and that may make negotiating a divorce harder. Texas allows divorces based on fault grounds like adultery, which may help you achieve your divorce....

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How is Child Custody Determined in Texas?

How is Child Custody Determined in Texas?

Texas’ child custody laws are often confusing. Texas uses different language than most states or the common terms, which may make it difficult for parents to understand what rights they have and whether they have the level of custody of their children that they want....

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How to Sue a Reckless Driver After a Car Accident in Texas

How to Sue a Reckless Driver After a Car Accident in Texas

Recklessness behind the wheel that seemed “cool” as a teenager and young adult can be a grave error in judgment that often results in serious injury or even death. Motorists who drive recklessly and cause bodily injury, death, or property damage to others run the risk...

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