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My Spouse Just Asked For A Divorce — What Should I Do Now? 

Marriage is a beautiful thing, but let’s face it: it doesn’t always work out. There are many ways a rocky marriage can be patched up or salvaged, but sometimes the best course of action is simply getting a divorce.  If your spouse has asked for a divorce and you’re unsure what your next step should […]

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What the Changing Landscape of Marijuana Legalization Means for Texans

Our country is constantly changing. Take the legalization of marijuana, for example. Many states throughout the country have legalized marijuana for recreational and/or medical use. The entire West Coast, Colorado, Nevada, Alaska, Michigan, Vermont, Massachusetts, and Maine have legalized recreational and medical marijuana. A larger number of states have only legalized medical marijuana. This is […]

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How Drug Laws Have Changed Since 2010

It’s crazy that we’re only two years shy of starting a new decade when the year 2010 feels like yesterday. Scott Pilgrim was fresh in theaters. Barack Obama was only two years into his first presidency. A lot has changed since 2010, including the drug laws in our country. As marijuana acceptance grows and the […]

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So You’re Facing Your First DWI Charge, What Now?

Driving while intoxicated is illegal in the state of Texas. DWI charges tend to carry fines, jail time and license suspension as punishments. The severity of the punishments varies depending on your conviction, so it’s important to be aware of what you’re dealing with when it comes to DWI charges, especially in the state of […]

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