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When Is Spousal Maintenance Awarded in Texas?

In most married couples, one spouse earns more than the other does. Sometimes, this difference is small, yet there may be significant disparity between you and your spouse’s incomes.

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Are You Too Drunk to Drive? Your Phone Knows.

Your phone sits there in your pocket ready to give you directions to the best pizza joint in North Central Texas – and ready, too, to keep track of your calorie intake and fitness level. Your phone is ready to help you keep appointments, and also to help you while away the hours reading books, watching movies or playing games.

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What Drugs Warrant a Felony Possession Charge in Texas?

Texas is notoriously tough on drug crime, and that plays out in its possession laws. However, drug crime laws are highly circumstantial. The charge and penalties associated with a conviction depend on the type and quantity of the drug as well as any extenuating circumstances or considerations.

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Does the Reason for Divorce Matter?

Spouses get divorced for a variety of personal reasons. Two people may have grown in different directions and fallen out of love with each other.

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Increase Your Visibility on A Motorcycle Ride

Texas winters are mild compared to the frigid conditions of the north, making it possible for motorcyclists to enjoy riding almost all year round. But no matter the time of year, an enjoyable ride can quickly turn sour in the event of an accident.

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Helping Your Kids Through a Hard Divorce

A divorce is an emotionally difficult experience for everyone involved—you, your spouse, and your kids. There is conflict in the house and likely has been for some time, and that conflict affects everyone.

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Do You Know how To Avoid a Commercial Truck’s Blind Spots?

Many motorists do not recognize all of the challenges associated with driving a commercial truck. Truck drivers have a responsibility to take extra care to avoid dangerous mishaps.

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Roadside Sobriety Tests May Not Stand up In Court

Field sobriety tests are those seemingly simple roadside stunts police sometimes ask you to do at traffic stops You might think they’re aimed at finding out if you’re driving while intoxicated, but the tests are not what they seem to be.

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Risky Holiday Decisions Can Lead to Severe Consequences

Winter holidays like Christmas and New Year’s are some of the biggest celebrations of the year, which encourages many people to let loose, often with the help of alcohol. However, at the end of the night most people want to go home, even though they may be too intoxicated to drive themselves.

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Cooking and Driving Dangers on Labor Day Weekend

As the majority of companies have Labor Day off, thousands of families around the country are planning to celebrate with their additional non-work hours. Some travel to a relative’s house in a different state while others are fine having a backyard grill out with a couple of beers at their sides.

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