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Posted February 7th, 2012 | by The Red Headed Lawyer

Dealing Successfully with a Divorce Attorney Star Telegram, April 16, 2006 Dealing with divorce and divorce lawyers is not much different than taking a trip without first plotting out the route. If you go to a matrimonial lawyer without specific objectives or goals in mind, and think he or she can fix it for you,

Posted February 2nd, 2012 | by The Red Headed Lawyer

It’s a great day to fight leukemia, and I’m helping my daughter Shannon and my son Sean do it. They’re committed to raising $3,500 each before their April run for this cause in Nashville. Most of you know I have never in the past sent out messages requesting a donation for any charity, but the

Posted January 26th, 2012 | by The Red Headed Lawyer

Yahoo finance has a good article on how your mom could be receiving more social security payments than she is currently receiving. If this is the case, or if you are unsure about your mother’s current social security payments in general, give the Essex Law Firm a call at 281-350-4104.  

Posted January 24th, 2012 | by The Red Headed Lawyer

An online database has revealed the wills of Karl Marx, Charles Darwin, Charles Dickens, and other influential people of history. The importance of having a will is simply not a modern necessity, but has been needed throughout history. Let Essex Law Firm, a wills lawyer in Spring, TX, make sure your family is setup to

Posted January 18th, 2012 | by The Red Headed Lawyer

The formula, called the Income Shares Model, is designed to make the process fairer by considering both parents’ income and time spent with the child, as opposed to the Percentage of Income Model, which takes a flat-percentage of the noncustodial parent’s net income. Illinois, along with nine other states, including Texas, still use the old

Posted December 14th, 2011 | by The Red Headed Lawyer

Not intended to be a comprehensive list Real Estate Law: Flags Flying your flag in your subdivision? Your HOA can’t prohibit you from displaying your U.S., Texas or armed forces flags, except as allowed by law (e.g., “reasonable” provisions relating to flags, flagpoles, lights, and noise). Probate, Guardianship and Trust Law: Probating a Will Worried