In Texas, aggravated robbery is a more serious form of robbery that involves certain aggravating factors. In order to be convicted of aggravated robbery, the prosecution must be able to prove the following elements beyond a reasonable doubt: 1. The defendant intentionally, knowingly, or recklessly caused bodily injury to another […]

What is Aggravated Robbery in Texas and what makes it aggravated?

In Texas, when determining child custody, the court's primary consideration is the best interest of the child. The court will consider a variety of factors when determining the best interest of the child, which include, but not limited to: The child's physical, emotional, and psychological well-being The child's needs, including […]

What factors will the court look at in determining custody in Texas?

COVID has affected everyone in Texas and the courts are not immune. When COVID first hit back in March of 2020, all courts in Texas shut down. Legal work basically came to a standstill for a couple of weeks. The good news is, things in 2021 are somewhat back to […]

How long will my divorce in Texas take with COVID?

If I am getting divorced in Texas, do I have to split my Bitcoin or Cryptocurrency? 2018 may very well turn out to be the year of the Bitcoin. What started a few years ago as a “geek-only” hobby has now avalanched into not only an acceptable form of currency […]

What happens to my Bitcoin if I get divorced in Texas?

First things first. Never drink and drive. Get a designated driver or get an Uber. It's not worth it. This Thanksgiving Weekend is a No-Refusal Weekend in the State of Texas. Fort Worth, Arlington and all the other Mid-Cities police departments in Tarrant County will implement No Refusal. A “No […]