An overview of Restraining Orders in Texas, including Peace Bonds and Protective Orders.
Texas has a variety of marital agreements in place: prenuptial, postnuptial, cohabitation, nonnuptial, and right of survivorship. Each of the agreements is governed by different and nuanced statutory and common law, and can significantly impact the way that parties enter into and dissolve their formal or informal relationship under Texas law.
A primer to one of the most feared, hated, and often debated legal topics – the subpoena.
On naming motions and referral to parties in pleadings.
Law of the United States of America is derived from common law, which is law that was developed by the medieval English legal system. The United States inherited this legal system from the British and has since adapted it to suit our own needs.
Jurisdiction is the authority of a Court to hear the case and render a judgment.
How does a lawsuit work? How do you “file” a lawsuit? What is a “Plaintiff” and what is a “Defendant?” What is a “hearing?”