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The Importance of Clarity During the Texas Divorce Process

Getting a divorce can be a stressful experience, especially if only one spouse wants to end the marriage. As a recent article on Psych Central explained, it is essential for the person who wants the divorce to be honest and upfront with his or her spouse and to be clear about all intentions. Trying to be too nice or sending mixed signals can be harmful for all parties involved. One of the best ways to ensure that your divorce goes …

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Would You Call Saul?

Even though the final episode aired on AMC almost a year ago, Breaking Bad was placed back into the spotlight this week as it dominated the Emmy Awards. Best Actor, Best Supporting Actress, Best Supporting Actor, Best Drama Series – these categories and others were won by the show about a high school chemistry teacher who manufactures meth when a cancer diagnosis leaves him worried about the fate of his family. While all of the performances recognized were outstanding, …

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Governor Perry Faces Abuse of Power Charges

The notion of politicians being viewed as criminals is nothing new. Our country’s history is filled with stories of elected officials who altered ballot counts and stole money and did drugs and bribed voters and occasionally even murdered. Even in the state of Texas, our politicians have not found themselves immune from charges of wrongdoing in recent years. What is unusual, however, is for a longstanding sitting governor to be indicted on federal charges. In fact, it hasn’t happened …

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Texas Probate Process with No Will

Recently, Express News reported on a trucking tycoon who was killed at age 50 in a motor vehicle accident. He was allegedly being chased by his wife while riding his motorcycle. Police ruled that the death was a homicide, although the man’s children are defending their mother, who has been accused of the crime. As complex as the criminal matters are, the probate matters in the case may be just as complicated. The reason: the deceased’s half of a …

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Austin Police Chief Asks Public for Their Thoughts on Deterring Drunk Drivers

I recently posted a piece about a move that the city of Austin is considering for a total ban on the use of cell phones while driving. Not only would texting and looking up information on the internet be illegal under this proposal, but even talking on a phone without a hands-free set would no longer be allowed. It appears that Austin’s police chief, Art Acevedo, is determined to address another problem on the city’s roads. This week Acevedo …

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