Certain misdemeanors that our society considers extra bad can be enhanced to felony sentencing level if that offense is committed by the same person on multiple occasions. Some of these make sense, such as assault family violence offenses.
As an elderly parent advances in age, mental capacity often decreases. Adult children want to respect the independence of their parents, but worry about the potential risks to the parent is left to live alone and make decisions independently. As limitations progress, the question arises whether
Happiness in marriage is the ultimate goal of Texas men and women who marry. While not without occasional bumps in the road, married couples are usually able to achieve happiness in marriage and family. However, some couples find themselves in circumstances that make it appear that divorce is i
Being fully prepared for the loss of family members brings peace of mind. An important part of that preparation is having a Last Will and Testament that properly disposes of the decedent's property at the time of death, and expresses
Important medical advances have dramatically increased the ability to sustain life. While this is generally great news, the reality is that in many instances, life can continue beyond any reasonable expectation of recovery or quality of life. When an individual siffers from a terminal condition
Most married couples dread the unthinkable possibility of divorce. Dreams and plans have been made that contemplate a lifetime of togetherness and family memories. If circumstances arise that render the marriage unsustainable, people need to fully understand the ramifications of a divorce, both
Immigrants who obtain permanent residency status based on the marriage relationship are granted permanent residency on a conditional basis, if the marriage was less than two years old at the time permanent residency was granted. At the end of the two year period, the permanent residency expires
Every Texan should carefully consider the various estate planning tools that will protect his or her family from uncertainty and legal problems in the event of death or disability. Today's blog will identify and briefly describe the 4 basic legal documents that will protect Texas families.