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  • Does My Spouse Have Rights to My Professional Practice?

    In divorce cases involving professional practices, property division can become one of the most challenging aspects. If you are considering divorce and have a professional practice, you need to be ... Read Article

September Posts

  • Does My Spouse Have Rights to My Professional Practice?

    In divorce cases involving professional practices, property division can become one of the most challenging aspects. If you are considering divorce and have a professional practice, you need to be aware that there are added complexities in valuing and dividing professional assets ... Read Article
  • Texas guide to Custody & Visitation Modifications

    Like most states, Texas allows you to modify your child custody agreement or visitation schedule – but only under specific circumstances. In short, you can only get custody or visitation changed if you have a good reason to do so. This includes any factor that influences the best ... Read Article
  • 15 Divorce Tips For Texas Couples

    When it comes to marriage and divorce about 17 out every 1,000 marriages will end in divorce . Despite this, the good news is divorce rates have been dropping since 2015 even as marriage rates have increased. But, divorce still happens, and if it does it’s important to know what ... Read Article
  • Trademark Litigation: Defending Against Infringement Claims

    Trademarks are recognizable designs, words, or combinations that identify a unique brand, product, or service. When holders of a registered trademark allege infringement, they pursue civil lawsuits in federal court, rather than with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. In ... Read Article
  • What can be done when a third party unlawfully interferes with your business contracts or relationships?

    Texas Tortious Interference Claims Competition in business can get fierce. When an individual or business unethically takes competition too far and unlawfully interferes with your business to damage it or prevent contract obligations as promised , this is considered tortious ... Read Article
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