You went through the divorce process and now find yourself having to pay child support to your ex. You are okay with this; you know it is your job to provide for your children. However, you've been paying a lot for a while now, and your financial circumstances have changed since the original child support issued by a Texas court. This leaves you wondering what you can do about it. Believe it or not, you may be able to seek an order modification.
A slip or stumble and fall may leave you with little more than a sprained ankle, scraped knee and a seriously bruised ego. However, sometimes a ground-level fall can lead to severe injuries. It is not unheard of for such a fall to result in a traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury, internal injuries or even death. You may find yourself with lifelong pain and suffering all because someone failed to take reasonable precautions to prevent your fall.
Perhaps you were driving home after a long day at work, shuttling children around to extracurricular activities and then running errands. Even so, you remained vigilant and obeyed the traffic laws. Sadly, another driver failed to do the same.
As the housing market and the economy continue to recover across the country, including here in Texas, you may be among the many people ready to purchase a home. In fact, you may discover that you aren’t the only one looking to buy a particular home. Perhaps your realtor told you to put in a good offer and get it in quickly.
Unlike the images on TV of carefree house hunters who find the perfect home with little effort, your experience hasn't been as easy. The long search for a new home was only the beginning of your frustrations. Next came the struggle to find appropriate financing, the home inspections and the dozens of legal bases to cover before the property becomes yours.
If you own a business in Texas, you know that any type of threat to your financial well-being and continued operations should be addressed immediately. This includes matters related to breach of contract. Contracts are a form of protection, legally binding two parties. When one party deviates from the agreed terms, it is more than just bad form, it is grounds for legal action.
Going through divorce means that your life will face a myriad of changes. For years, you may have built your life around the relationship you shared with your now soon-to-be ex-spouse, and extracting your personal life from a combined life could prove difficult. However, dissolving your marriage does not mean that you have to feel lost and out of control, and taking certain approaches to your proceedings could help you keep your priorities straight.
A Texas car accident can change your life in an instant. Even a relatively minor collision can have serious consequences, leaving you in pain and facing overwhelming medical bills. The damages that a car accident can cause are much more than just physical-they can be mental and emotional as well.
Having a vacation home is something many Texas families dream of obtaining, but few are fortunate enough to make it a reality. If you and your spouse have such a home, you likely worked hard to deserve it and spent many years loving and maintaining it.
Knowing and understanding where boundary lines lie can make a dramatic difference in your relationship with your neighbor. Whether you have owned your Texas property for years or you are considering making a purchase, you would be wise to know about the property lines that determine where your property begins and your neighbor's property ends.