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Landing a job may be difficult following DUI conviction in Texas

It's not uncommon to face some type of circumstances in your life where you later wish you would have made a different decision or choice to do or not do something. For instance, if you were at a local restaurant with friends in Texas and enjoyed an alcoholic beverage or two with your meal, then drove home but police stopped you along the way and you wound up facing DUI charges, you may later wish you had asked the waitress for water with lemon instead.

Understanding notice to appear and immigration removal process

Most people in Texas and the rest of the United States enjoy getting mail. You may joke about good, old-fashioned snail mail since getting mail nowadays may equate to text messages, emails or Snapchat photos. However, many agree it is still nice to open an actual mailbox once in a while to find a card or personal note that brightens a day. There are also many types of mail you'd likely rather not receive.

In Texas, minors face major consequences for alcohol offenses

Texas state laws take a strong stance against drunk driving and all alcohol-related offenses. Conviction of one of these offenses can result in steep fines, harsh penalties and consequences that can affect multiple areas of life. This is also true for minors who find themselves in trouble with the law for various types of offenses related to the consumption or possession of alcohol.

Did someone promise to speed up your immigration case for a fee?

If you say you experienced several delays in your emigration to Texas, you would definitely not be the first person to do so; some immigrants literally wait years for officials to process their cases. So many factors and regulations impact each situation, and no two stories are exactly alike. Many people try to take advantage of immigrants; so, if you hope to avoid similar problems, you'll want to research U.S. immigration laws ahead of time and know where to seek support if something goes wrong.

4 tips for discussing a prenuptial agreement

Getting married can be one of the many highlights of your life. As you prepare to walk down the aisle, you may have many details you hope to finish in order to make your day as perfect as possible. While you may want to only focus on the bright and positive aspects of your choice to wed, other less exciting details may also need addressing.

To speak or not to speak: Your answer may impact your DWI case

If you've ever been driving down a Texas highway only to notice flashing red and blue lights in your rear view mirror, you likely understand how disconcerting it can be, especially when you realize a police officer is attempting to pull you over in a traffic stop. Depending on traffic flow at the time, it may be quite challenging to find a way to safely pull off the side of the road.

Fender benders can harm more than your bumper

If you're new to driving in Texas, you might be facing one of the biggest challenges of your life. It's no secret that roadways in this state are often cluttered with traffic and extremely difficult to navigate. You are no doubt like most drivers who do their best to adhere to all posted traffic signs and official safety regulations. Even if you're cautious and alert behind the wheel, however, sometimes there's little to nothing you can do to avoid a crash, especially if a distracted driver is in your midst.

Hunting for hidden assets during your divorce

It is no secret that a Texas divorce is complicated. From child custody to dividing stuff between two contentious parties, it can be quite difficult to navigate this process. In a divorce involving complex, valuable or potentially hidden assets, these difficulties increase exponentially. If you are facing a financially complex divorce, you do not have to face it alone.

What factors into considering your kids' best interests?

Though parenthood can throw many curves your way, you may have found strength in relying on your spouse to help with the parenting responsibilities. However, after realizing that your marriage has lost its way and you have decided to file for divorce, you may feel less certain about how you will handle certain aspects of your life. Because ending a marriage can take a considerable toll, you may begin wondering what your life will look like after divorce.

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