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Guardianship

How does guardianship work in Texas?

Posted by brian on October 15, 2018

A guardianship is a legal status that allows a the guardian to make important decisions for another person, also known as the ward. A guardianship over a person allows the guardian to make decisions about the ward’s medical treatment, living situation and education. A guardianship over an estate allows the guardian to manage the ward’s […]

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Criminal Defense

Why you should contact a Criminal Lawyer

Posted by brian on October 15, 2018

You can’t be convicted of a criminal offense in a court of law until the prosecutor has proven in front of a judge or a jury that you are guilty beyond any reasonable doubt. If you are being charged with a crime, you need a criminal lawyer. The Jackson Firm is here to explain the […]

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Criminal Defense

Does hiring a Lawyer make you look Guilty?

Posted by brian on September 25, 2018

If you’ve ever watched a police procedural on television, you’ve probably gotten used to the idea that only guilty people contact lawyers. After all, innocent people have nothing to hide from the law. In reality, though, everyone who deals with the law needs the help of an attorney. The Jackson Law Firm knows that hiring […]

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Family Law

How Can a Family Lawyer Help Me?

Posted by brian on September 20, 2018

The legal system can be difficult to navigate, especially in an area of law that you may have never have encountered. For this reason, it is best to seek help from someone who is knowledgeable about the laws and regulations in the respective area of law of your legal matter. In family law, there are […]

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Child custody

How Does a Judge Decide Custody?

Posted by brian on September 17, 2018

Parents are always encouraged to settle their differences in the best interests of any children without involving the court system. When this is impossible, the decision will be made by a judge. Many factors are involved, and a number of solutions can be considered. Our Round Rock Child Custody Lawyers at The Jackson Law Firm […]

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Bankruptcy

How can filing for Bankruptcy affect you?

Posted by brian on September 10, 2018

Deciding to file bankruptcy is never an easy choice and it can help to understand how this type of proceeding will affect your future. In truth, there are both advantages and disadvantages to filing for bankruptcy. By taking the time to understand more about how your future will be affected, you’ll be able to make […]

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Probate

How long does it take to receive an Inheritance after Probate is Granted?

Posted by brian on August 31, 2018

Depending on how the testator expressed their wishes to allocate property, you may be required to go through the probate process before receiving your inheritance. Trust accounts and insurance policies do not pass through probate. However, if the inheritance was left to you in a will, the will must be filed in probate court. The […]

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Child custody

What is Relocation and Child Custody Modification?

Posted by brian on August 24, 2018

In divorce cases, there are times when the parent who has legal custody of a child will want to relocate out of the geographical area that the parties live in. That may or may not be agreed upon. One thing that’s for certain is that they can’t just get up and go. A court order […]

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Divorce

Property Division In a Divorce

Posted by brian on August 23, 2018

The division of property is one of the most complicated parts of getting a divorce in Texas. The longer a marriage goes on, the more the spouses’ lives are emotionally and financially intertwined. For more information on our Property Division Attorney in Cedar Park, please visit our site.

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Estate Planning

What documents will I need for Estate Planning?

Posted by brian on August 17, 2018

Estate planning offers a sense of security to people at all stages of life. In addition to passing your property and assets to your heirs, you can ensure that your wishes for end-of-life care and other important issues are clear. Here are the documents that almost everyone can benefit from: Wills Wills detail who should […]