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To-Do Checklist for Divorce

A Ft. Worth Family Law Attorney may provide suggestions about steps that you should take during the divorce process. Here are a few things that you might want to do to protect your legal rights and finances. Property List Create a list of property that you have in your home. Add photos..

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Protecting Children’s Needs During Divorce

A Ft. Worth family law attorney may recommend a variety of strategies that will help you meet your child's needs during this transition in their life. Two of the main ways to meet their needs are to use reassurance and monitoring. Reassurance While a child's basic physical needs may be easy to..

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Managing Multiple Entities

Some entrepreneurs establish multiple entities to protect one business from the risks taken by another business. That can be smart. But what happens when those entities transact with each other or cooperate in doing business? All sorts of concerns are raised, from self-dealing to disregard of the corporate entity. Those..

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Stay-at-Home Dads on the Rise?

A simple internet search will yield a plethora of sources that proclaim or debunk the idea that the role of stay-at-home-dad is on the rise. But that's not the important thing in a custody situation. What's important is that in some jurisdictions it's fairly common for courts to split child..

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Texas Estates Code replaces Texas Probate Code

As of January 1, 2014, the Texas Estates Code has replaced the Texas Probate Code. While much of the earlier code is still intact in its new home, there have been substantive changes to the law. For instance, the new law more carefully defines a "probate proceeding" and the latitude..

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Breach of Contract Assistance With a Fort Worth Business Lawyer

A contract is a legally binding document. If one of the parties violates the terms of the contract, you may be entitled to damages. It can be very difficult to enforce your rights in the contract, and this is where an experienced Fort Worth business law attorney can help.   Breach of..

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Fort Worth, Colleyville, Euless, Grapevine, Haltom City, Denton, Cleburne, Burleson, Weatherford, Arlington, Mansfield, Rendon, Haslett, Saginaw, Keller, Benbrook, Forest Hill, North Richland Hills, Richland Hills, White Settlement, Crowley, Joshua, Aledo, Willow Park, Watauga, and Flower Mound.

Counties to be found in: Tarrant County, Parker County, Hood County, Johnson County, and Denton County.