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Q: What is the most recent update on DACA? A: In the case of Texas v U.S., Texas filed a multi-state lawsuit against

4th International Day of Yoga – Bigger in Texas

by Manu Shah Thousands of Texans across the state came together to celebrate the 4th International Day of Yoga in partnership

Texas allows recording with one person’s consent

Q. I am in a dispute with my landlord. Is it legal to record my phone calls with him? Do I have to

Divorce and Property Division in Texas

Question: I am in the process of getting a divorce in Texas. How will our shared property be divided? Answer: Texas is a

Bond Election– Victory

Mayor Sylvester Turner’s Newsletter

On Tuesday night, November 7 we crossed the finish line of a grueling marathon. One that was filled with

There is no debtor’s prison in Texas

Q. Can I be arrested for not paying my credit card bill? A debt collector is telling me he is going to report

Texas now allows a Transfer On Death deed

Q. I was told that Texas now allows me to have a special type of deed that transfers title to my home after

This 14-year-old is the youngest person ever to graduate from Texas college

FORT WORTH – A 14-year-old physics major has become the youngest person ever to graduate from Texas Christian University. Carson Huey-You was among

Lottery winnings may be community property

Q. I buy lottery tickets every week. If I win the lottery does my spouse have any interest in the money I win?

27th Annual Aids Walk Houston “Red Umbrella Stroll” Takes Place On Sunday, March 6

HOUSTON, TEXAS — AIDS Foundation Houston (AFH) hosts the 27th annual AIDS Walk Houston, presented by Marathon Oil, on Sunday, March