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Probate of a Last Will and Testament

Written by Wade Christiansen | 2019-01-30 16:45

When a family member dies, important legal steps must be taken to protect and transfer estate assets.  These steps are greatly simplified if the family member executed a Last Willa nd Testament.  This important document dictates who will receive the property and who will accomplish the transfer. 

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Attorney-Client Confidentiality

Written by Wade Christiansen | 2019-01-13 23:19

People seeking the advice of a family law attorney often face embarrassing circumstances.

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Obtaining a Green Card

Written by Wade Christiansen | 2019-01-07 23:48

Every year, many thousands of foreigners visit the United States temporarily, for business or pleasure.  However, many foreigners desire to come to the United States and remain in the United States permanently.  Living in the United States provides amazing opportunities that are simply not availa

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Federal Criminal Justice Reform

Written by Kathy Mulcahy | 2018-12-30 00:00

In December 2018 President Trump signed into law a bill that is considered by some to make sweeping changes to federal sentences.

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What is an Uncontested Divorce?

Written by Wade Christiansen | 2018-12-15 14:24

Spouses contemplating divorce often seek to reach an amicable resolution of the various issues to be addressed, such as custody, visitation, child support and property division.  If spouses can reach an agreement on all of these issues, they can proceed with an uncontested divorce.  Today's blog

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Avoiding Removal Proceedings

Written by Wade Christiansen | 2018-12-02 16:45

Every year in the United States, thousands of individuals are placed in removal proceedings.  Removal proceedings are legal actions taken by Immigration and Customs Enforcement to attempt to deport non-U.S.

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Punishments for Not Paying Child Support

Written by Kathy Mulcahy | 2018-11-18 00:00

When a person is ordered to pay child support it is not a request it is a court order. The courts understand that sometimes the piece of paper the child support order is written on is not always compelling enough to the individual that is required to pay.

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How Do I Qualify As A Guardian?

Written by Wade Christiansen | 2018-11-11 12:50

Modern medical research and development continues to increase average life expectancy.  One of the results is an increasing number of elderly individuals who are incapacitated and thus need the appointment of a guardian.  Loving family members need to understand the requirements for qualification

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When Can I See My Children?

Written by Wade Christiansen | 2018-11-03 14:46

When parents separate, important questions arise about the legal consequences of the separation.  One of the paramount questions, and probably the most important question, parents ask when facing family separation is when each parent will be entitled to see the children.  Texas law provides a ver

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What is an Uncontested Divorce?

Written by Wade Christiansen | 2018-10-21 23:24

Married couples that experience serious challenges in their marriage face the question of whether the marriage can be preserved or not.  In most cases, with great effort, counseling and support from friends and family, these challenges can be overcome.  In the event that one or both spouses decid

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What is a Statutory Durable Power of Attorney?

Written by Wade Christiansen | 2018-10-14 14:19

Careful, deliberate and early estate planning can avoid a lot of legal and financial problems.  All Texans should think about authorizing someone else to transact business on their behalf in the event they become incapacitated.  This is done by properly executing a

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What is the Child Citizenship Act?

Written by Wade Christiansen | 2018-10-07 11:05

Many individuals born outside the United States are actually United States citizens, without even realizing it.  Whether this is true depends on a variety of factors.  Understanding the Child Citizenship Act is key to determining your status as a citizen, and therefore your ability to claim the r

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