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If you are involved in a legal matter in or near the Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) Area of Texas, most Courts will require mediation of the matter, prior to allowing it to go to trial.  The idea behind this requirement is to allow the parties, through a neutral third party (the Mediator) to go through the legal problems necessitating the legal action/lawsuit, negotiate possible settlements, and possibly resolve the matter prior to the final trial date set by the Court. Most people are not familiar with the process of Mediation—of what occurs during a mediation or how it actually “works”.  People are...

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Considering Divorce in Texas? Here’s What To Expect

In Texas, the procedure for initiating a divorce requires filing an Original Petition for Divorce with the Court in the County in which you live.  For example, if you live in Collin County, you must file in Collin County.   Filing the Original Petition for Divorce “starts your time ticking”.  In Texas, you may not finalize the divorce until 60 days have elapsed since the filing of the Original Petition for Divorce, this 60 day time period begins on the day you file your Original Petition. After filing the Original Petition for Divorce, the document will need to be properly served, by...

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Simple Steps For Starting a Business

If you are considering starting a business in Texas, keep in mind the following steps: First, you will want to come up with several possible names for your business.  After doing so, you will need to check with the Secretary of State to see if the name is available.  If so, congratulations! Second, you will need to determine what type of entity is best for your business.  Will it be a Corporation?  An S Corp?  C Corp? An LLC?  An LLP? A PLLC?  (There are many different types of entities to choose from, any many different reasons for choosing one over the other—this...

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