Protective Order v. Restraining Order: The Basic Facts You Need to Know
March 20, 2018

In California, a Protective Order is referred to as a Restraining Order and in Florida it is referred to as an Injunction for Protection. While every state is different, in Texas a Protective Order is different from a Restraining Order in several ways. It is important that you know and…Read More


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Big Win for Gig-Economy Companies like Uber and Lyft
March 1, 2018

Uber has long been on the litigation battlefield fighting the claim that its drivers are 1099 independent contractors and not W-2 employees. Thanks to a decision in a similar suit against GrubHub, Inc., Gig-Economy companies can continue confidently classifying their workers as independent contractors. 1099 vs. W-2 – Why does…Read More


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Co-Parenting When Kids Start School
February 20, 2018

Co-parenting can be tough when dealing with a difficult spouse. See our blog on Dealing with a Difficult Co-Parent. These problems, however, tend to escalate when the children start school, and now you are not only dealing with you and your spouse’s schedules but the school calendar and extracurricular activities…Read More


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You Got Served
January 18, 2018

You Got Served You were just served papers, you’re angry, confused, and not sure what to do next. Whether these are divorce papers, a civil lawsuit, or a temporary restraining order, many people have questions about what this means and what to do next. Different lawsuits have different meanings, but…Read More


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How Opening a New Bank Account Can Derail your Pre-Nuptial Agreement
January 10, 2018

Getting a pre-nuptial agreement (aka a pre-marital agreement) is a smart move for both spouses, with or without large assets or debts. It protects your spouse from your creditors and most notably, makes sure you won’t be “taken to the cleaners” in the event of a divorce (for more info…Read More


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No Kanye, Pre-Nups Are Not Just for Gold Diggers
December 14, 2017

 via GIPHY You’ve probably heard people refer to or make jokes about pre-nups but do you really know what they do? The pre-nuptial or post-nuptial agreement can define the right to buy, sell, and use property during the marriage. The agreement, which is a legal contract, can control the…Read More


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Snapchat me that . . . or don’t: how the law handles Sending Nudes
March 24, 2017

We have all seen and heard about how an innocent reply to a request to “Send Nudes” turns into humiliation when those pictures end up blasted out on Facebook, Instagram, or other social media platforms by a spurned ex. Revenge Porn causes embarrassment in the public eye, but many do…Read More


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