When Your Spouse Hides Assets in a Divorce

Texas is a community property state, so when you divorce you should be entitled to receive property equal to half the total value of assets you own as a couple. With very few exceptions, all property acquired and money earned during the course of the marriage should be considered community property. This means even if…

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What are Grandparent’s Rights in Texas?

There is undoubtedly a unique and treasured bond shared by grandparents and grandchildren. But the extent to which grandparents can legally protect that bond depends greatly on the underlying circumstances. Grandparents in Austin, Round Rock, Cedar Park, Georgetown and San Marcos may have certain rights if they are not being allowed to see their grandchildren. The…

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When Holiday Shopping Gets Violent

It’s the holiday season once again. That means road trips for long-awaited visits with family, school pageants at which hundreds of parents vie for the best spot to hold up their cameras or smart phones, and endless streams of wonderful food at office and home. It also can be the time of crowded stores, impatient…

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