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Pursuing Grandparent’s Visitation in Texas

When a grandparent is prevented from visiting their grandchildren, Texas law limits their ability to intervene in court. A Ft. Worth Family Lawyer can explain how to pursue grandparent's visitation. The General Rule Regarding Grandparent Visitation In general, Texas courts are reluctant to do anything that would disrupt an intact family...

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Capturing the value of intellectual contributions

Almost a decade ago, I wrote an essay about what I would later learn at law school was called "intellectual property." I argued that in a way ideas are a product of their time--that especially brilliant people see what is there more readily than may the rest of us, which is why..

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What to Do If a Claim Is Filed Against an Estate

When a person passes away, they may leave creditors who still wish to seek repayment of debts owed to them. A Ft. Worth estate planning lawyer can explain the probate process and how these claims are handled. Opening the Estate When a person passes away leaving property and/or debts behind,..

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Get ready for summer!

Summer is right around the corner and perhaps your spring fever has you getting active and ready for all the fun that is to come. I hope you will take a few minutes to channel a little of your energy into getting your estate plan prepared. Summer is full of..

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The 4 Steps to Achieving a Property Settlement With a Ft. Worth Family Lawyer

Achieving a fair and agreeable property settlement during divorce is often a challenge, especially when one spouse appears to have much more personal property than the other. Dividing marital property can pose difficulties, but it doesn't have to. Here are four simple steps that can be discussed with your Ft...

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Custody Options for Parents

The custody options open to parents in today's family law setting are not the same ones you may assume from 10-20 years ago.  Fathers today are asking for--and getting--equal time with the children. If you are an involved father from Day 1 of the child's life, you live relatively close..

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