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Texas Distribution of Property - If you die without a will (intestate), what happens to your property? This informative article by Peter Bradie of the Houston, Texas Law Firm of Bradie, Bradie, & Bradie will give you the straight scoop!
Victory at the Courthouse: You've Got a Judgement - Now What?. Business attorney Brenda H. Collier tells you the steps necessary to collect when the judgement isn't paid.
There's More to Planning than Writing a Will - Veteran civil trial lawyer and elder law attorney Richard Marshall (Texas Senior Law) describes important things you should know and do when planning your estate.
Value for Your Legal Dollar - Controlling Legal Fees! Dallas attorney Brenda H. Collier has written this article to assist you in minimizing your legal expenses.
What Can I Do About Suspected Nursing Home Abuse of a Loved One? Richard Marshall, veteran El Paso, Texas Civil Trial Lawyer and Elder Law practitioner (Texas Senior Law), gives you the answers to this too common tragedy and includes information on how to prevent abuse, how to tell if there has been abuse and who to report the abuse to.
What to do If You Are Arrested - Houston Criminal Defense Attorney Paul Mewis gives vital information on how to behave when confronted by an arresting officer, how to conduct yourself during a possible search and seizure, and more.
Piercing the Corporate Veil - Does Incorporation Provide Protection - Dallas, Texas business lawyer Brenda H. Collier explains the two major instances where incorporation may not provide protection for personal assets.
Copyright: What It Is, Ownership, Rights - Once again, Houston intellectual property attorney Russell J. Egan gives us valuable knowledge about this sometimes misunderstood subject...in easy to read language for the layman!
How to Obtain a Copyright - Carol Ann Wilson. Ms. Wilson is the author of Plain Language Pleadings (Prentice Hall 1996), Guide to Research on the Internet (Internet Law Library 2000), and Plain VanillaThe Bidding, A System to Make Any Bridge Player Feel Comfortable Even With the Expert. She has also authored hundreds of articles for professional journals.
What You Should Know About Appeals and Habeas Corpus - Board Certified Attorney Walter M. Reaves, Jr., gives you a detailed look at the process...from start to finish. He discusses appeals, writs, habeas corpus, and a whole lot more!
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