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Right of Survivorship Used in Texas Estate Planning

Many individuals hold property as joint tenants with a "right of survivorship" as an estate planning method without fully understanding what this form of property ownership means. A Ft. Worth estate planning attorney can explain to you that this form of ownership may be an effective way to avoid probate. However, there..

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The Impact Your Change in Income has on Child Support

A common reason for modifying a child support order in Texas is a change in income. For example, if the non-custodial parent loses a job or has a promotion, these may be reasons to decrease or increase a child support order. A Ft. Worth family law attorney can explain to you that..

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Rights of Non-Married Couples in Texas

Unmarried couples who live together generally do not have the same rights as married couples in Texas. A Fort Worth family law attorney can explain that this means that an unmarried cohabitant may not have rights to property that is acquired while the couple is together as well as rights to alimony..

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Getting Custody: What a Non-Parent Needs First

Sometimes a non-parent wants to seek custody of a child. This person may be a grandparent, a family friend, or a partner in a same-sex relationship. But before anyone can bring a child custody case to court, the filing party must have “standing.” Texas law presents a good news-bad news..

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Legal Bills Climb For Businesses

The Dallas Morning News recently published an article describing rising legal costs for businesses "Legal Bills Climb for Businesses," Mark Curriden, Dallas Morning News, April 16, 2014. Chances are most of our businesses are not involved in high-stakes litigation or regulatory actions, but may still benefit from a good volume..

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