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What Should You Do Before Filing for Divorce?

What Should You Do Before Filing for Divorce?

If you are reading this, you have probably reached that point in your marriage where divorce is on the horizon. You are not alone. According to the latest available statistics from the US Census Bureau, there were 7.6 divorces for every 1,000 women aged 15 years and...

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How Do You Divide Debts in a Divorce?

How Do You Divide Debts in a Divorce?

Debt is treated the same as property under Texas law. This means, like property, the debt can be either separate property or community property for divorce purposes. Community property refers to assets that a married couple obtains during a marriage, and if the...

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What are the Penalties for Theft Crimes?

What are the Penalties for Theft Crimes?

Texas law takes theft crimes very seriously, and theft can be charged as either a misdemeanor or felony, depending on the circumstances. Factors that determine the level of charges include the type of stolen property and the value of the stolen property.  Even...

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Common Defenses to Crimes

Common Defenses to Crimes

Having the right defense strategy is key in any type of criminal case, as you want to raise all possible legal defenses to your charges. These can vary and can be complicated, so seek help from a Sugar Land criminal defense lawyer right away.  If you have been...

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Why You Might Want to Establish Legal Paternity

Why You Might Want to Establish Legal Paternity

Establishing legal paternity is a very important step for any Texas resident who has children. It's not something that should be taken lightly, and it can have long-lasting effects on your family life. Read this article to learn more about the benefits of establishing...

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Property Division in Texas Divorce Law

Property Division in Texas Divorce Law

In divorce, a lot of assets and property must be divided between the divorcing parties. This must be done according to Texas divorce law, which can be a bit complicated when it comes to property division at divorce. It gets complicated when determining exactly what...

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Why Paternity Cases Might Go to Court

Why Paternity Cases Might Go to Court

Paternity cases can be straightforward or they might be adversarial and need to go before the court. In either situation, seek help from a Sugar Land paternity lawyer who can advise you of your rights and options. When two parents are unmarried and do not subsequently...

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