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Blog Posts in April, 2014

  • Are you planning to file for disability, we highly suggest that you hire a lawyer to assist you. We believe that hiring an attorney can be the most valuable thing for you in your case. When your disability claim is rejected, an attorney can give you the extra strength that you need to work through your case in an efficient manner. First, an attorney can decipher any "legalese" in your ...
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  • Two San Antonio women who were married out of state are currently fighting for a divorce in the state of Texas. At present, the appeals court has halted the ruling. The 4 th Court of Appeals ruling came two days after the District Judge Barbara Hanson Nellermoe of San Antonio allowed the divorce case to continue. She declared that the Texas ban on gay marriage is unconstitutional and was therefore ...
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  • According to Dallas News, the police in the Fort Worth area are investigating several robberies of game rooms that took place early Monday morning. Surveillance cameras reveal that a man with a white V-neck shirt broke open the door to a game room. He was followed by several accomplices in hoodies and went into the game room at about 2:30 a.m. on Wichita Street. The same people are suspected to be ...
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  • According to the Latin Post, federal law enforcement agencies are working to reduce the amount of marijuana that is smuggled into the county through the U.S.- Mexico border. The Rio Grande currently poses the biggest challenge in this effort. Law enforcement officers suspect that for every shipment that they intercept on the river, 10 more get through the winding Rio Grande Valley and make their ...
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  • A man was walking through a parking lot by a bar when he was struck by an intoxicated driver that was pulling out of the lot. The victim died on Easter Sunday from his critical injuries. Police say that there are additional charges pending against the car's driver because of the individual's death. Originally, the suspect was charged with driving while intoxicated and being in an accident ...
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  • Mexican Meth a Growing Threat in Texas

    || 21-Apr-2014

    According to Dallas News, new data shows that methamphetamine continues to be a growing threat throughout the state of Texas. A growing number of clients at state-funded drug treatment programs identify themselves primarily as meth-heads. Reports in 2011 by treatment programs show that 2,375 abusers seeking treatment say that meth is their primary drug of choice. In 2012, 2,766 abusers admitted ...
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  • In order to receive SSDI benefits, you will need to prove that your condition is "severe." This means evidencing that your condition interferes with your basic work-related activities. For example, if you suffer paralysis, then you probably cannot return to work regardless of what job you used to work for. Also, if you have an intensive form of cancer, you may be unable to return to work ...
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  • Dividing Businesses in a Texas Divorce

    || 21-Apr-2014

    Many families begin their own business or professional practice which they run together as husband or wife, or co-own. When a couple decides to divorce, this can lead to excessive difficulty. How do you divide a business carefully and fairly at the time of the divorce? Like any other asset, a business or professional practice must be considered in the valuation process of community property. The ...
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  • Three Teens Overdose on Synthetic Drugs

    || 14-Apr-2014

    Three teenagers in McKinney were hospitalized this weekend after they overdosed on a drug that is similar to LSD. According to police, the teenagers were McKinney ISD students. Two of them were male and one of them is a female. Police would not give the students' names or ages, because they are juveniles, but admitted that all of the students are under the age of 17. The police say that each ...
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  • According to Allsup, it is important for colon cancer victims to remember that their condition may qualify them for SSDI benefits. As screening efforts gain visibility for their effectiveness, it is easier to prove to the SSA that a patient may need SSDI as a supplemental income while he or she is off work recovering. Research shows that colon cancer is among the top five cancers for the number of ...
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  • Shooting in Southeast Dallas

    || 14-Apr-2014

    A man at a southeast Dallas apartment was shot in the chest multiple times this past Sunday. According to witnesses, the shots rang out at about 11:50 a.m. near the apartment. The victim was taking out his trash at the time of the attack. A witness tells the police that he heard the gun show and saw the man clutching his chest as he fell to the grouping. The witness also claims that he saw a man ...
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  • Why Couples Choose Collaborative Divorce

    || 14-Apr-2014

    Texas couples have options when the approach divorce. They can either opt to choose a collaborative divorce, or they can seek a more contentious divorce in the courts. When couples are able to get along and have conversations with one another without bickering, collaborative divorce is highly recommended. The process of collaborative divorce makes ex-spouses teammates, rather than opponents. By ...
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  • Filing for a Disability Appeal Online

    || 7-Apr-2014

    If your application for disability benefits is denied, you can file an appeal to challenge the denial alone. In order to do so, you will need to have a copy of your Notice of Decision. As well, you will want to have a collection of general information. This includes your name, your Social Security number, your address, and your phone number. If you are being represented in your appeal by an ...
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  • Standard Possession Orders in Texas

    || 7-Apr-2014

    In Plano and all throughout the state of Texas, most custody orders include a Standard Possession Order that sets the schedule for how much time each parent will be able to spend with their child. The parent who has the child overnight is normally called the custodial parent, the managing conservator, or the primary conservator. The non-custodial parent is typically the one that is working ...
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  • A man from Plano was recently arrested after police deduced that he may be responsible for an attempted murder in the community. The Plano police officers responded to Eastside Village Apartments to assist the U.S. Marshals Service in attempting to serve a felony warrant for the suspect's arrest. The man, D.S., is a 23-year-old that is from Louisiana. The U.S. Marshals were in the process of ...
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  • New Test Detects Synthetic Marijuana

    || 7-Apr-2014

    Synthetic marijuana products can act like poison and can severely injury individuals that use these materials. According to KIII News, the drug goes by many names including K-2, Spice, and Kush. Synthetic marijuana is considered to be illegal, but until recently it was hard to detect in a person's system. The advent of a new urine testing system could be a large step forward for law ...
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