More and more people are becoming aware of the need for estate planning in Texas. Protecting assets for one's heirs has become an important issue and people realize they can protect those assets with an estate plan. Most plans attempt to cover all foreseeable contingencies. Divorce may be one contingency that is not planned for. In the event of a divorce involving an heir, the issue of separate versus community property may arise.
The journey through life brings constant change, and change often affects the terms of a divorce agreement. Is some new development in your life or that of your spouse or child leading you back to court?
The idea of a criminal justice system is not only to penalize but also to rehabilitate. When children are involved in criminal activity, the focus of juvenile defense should be less on punitive actions and more on steering young offenders to make better choices and showing them that those choices can result in positive outcomes. Texas is making changes to try to improve those outcomes.
When arrested on suspicion of a DUI, you may wonder how the arrest affects your life and finances. Simply put, the consequences likely impact many aspects of your life, including your finances and driving privileges. Sooner or later, you can expect a call from your insurance provider inquiring about the incident. A DUI can affect your insurance coverage in several ways.
Most divorcing couples do their best to resolve all financial matters during the divorce process. In fact, resolving almost everything at that time is a legal necessity, especially in high asset divorce where many assets are in play. However, exes with shared children may find that over time, certain costs such as extracurricular activities, summer camp, insurance or phone bills may arise that were not considered in the original settlement. Here are some tips for Texas families broaching these issues in their parenting plans.