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Reasonable suspicion and valid grounds for a DUI traffic stop

In Texas, drunk driving charges can bring serious penalties, even for first-time offenders. For this reason, you know it is important to fight the charges against you and pursue a beneficial outcome to your case. One of the first steps in building a strong defense is to look at the initial DWI traffic stop to determine if law enforcement had valid grounds to pull you over.

Collaborative divorce may help you troubleshoot and solve issues

When you think of divorce, you may find yourself among the numerous other individuals who immediately think of courtroom drama. Now that you are facing your own divorce, you may worry that this type of scenario will soon befall you. However, that does not have to happen. Many divorce options exist that do not immediately involve litigation.

Relocating with children after divorce is not easy

After your divorce was finalized, you may have tried to make the best of living in Texas. Certainly, you didn't want to disrupt your children's lives any more than necessary since the divorce had already shaken them. Now, they are beginning to adjust to the custody agreement, but you are struggling.

The basics of drunk driving charges in Texas

Texas readers know that the penalties for drunk driving are steep, but you may not understand what a DWI actually means or know what to expect when facing these types of charges. It can be helpful for all drivers facing this type of criminal charge to understand the basics of how drunk driving charges work in Texas. 

Concerns for your kids could affect timing of divorce

Going through divorce could cause you to face many challenges. As a parent, you may have even more difficulties to contend with than those without children. Not only will you need to consider what child custody arrangements you feel would best suit the needs of your children, you will likely also need to remain aware of your kids' emotional states during the marriage dissolution process.

New law re-opens doors after DUI

Perhaps you diligently avoided a DUI arrest because you knew the consequences. If you saw friends or family members struggle for years to rebound after one drunk driving conviction, you may have determined never to allow that to happen to you.

When back-to-school lands you back in court after divorce

As your summer vacation is winding down in Texas, you're probably doing the whole back-to-school shopping thing like most other parents of school-aged children. In fact, your children may already be back in class at their respective school locations. If you divorced over the summer, your current situation may be especially difficult; that is, back-to-school time might be even more challenging than usual. Hopefully, your former spouse is willing to cooperate and compromise whenever necessary to help your kids have a great school year.

Nesting: When home sweet home stays the same for kids of divorce

Like most Texas parents, you want what's best for your children. If your kids are well past their toddler stages, you probably have already noticed how unique each one is, as well as the fact that what choices you make to help one of them reach his or her full potential may not be the same for another. This is because no two situations (and no two children) are exactly the same; so, there's no one-size-fits-all solution to every problem.

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