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Common Law Marriage in Texas

As time changes, so do people and their perspectives on values and standards.  Today, it is common for unmarried couples to reside in the same household.  Many even have children together and conduct their daily lives as any family would.  Many people choose this lifestyle as an alternative…

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Dell Computer Goes Private But Faces Obstacles

In the upcoming months, pending approval from the shareholders, Dell, Inc., computer manufacturer, will become a privately held company.  From its first IPO (Initial Public Offering) back in June 22, 1998, Dell has been a publicly traded company on the NYSE, recently closing with a market…

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New Immigration Developments

The year 2013 has started off with many immigration changes and the possibilities of even more dramatic changes to come!  First, on January 3rd, 2013 the new waiver process was finally announced to start March 4th, 2013.  This new processes will allow qualifying relatives (immediate relatives:…

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1983 Civil Rights Action filed against defendants in Texas

On February 1st,  Sean Modjarrad, the founding shareholder of M&A Law firm and on behalf of Delfino Garcia’s wife and children, filed a 1983 action against Donnie Foster (Sheriff of Fannin County in Texas) and a few other Defendants for violation of Delfino Garcia’s rights under the…

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Losing a loved one in a Wrongful Death Accident

Losing a loved one due to a car accident leaves the ones left behind in the position to deal with that loss and also having to rebuild their lives. This time of grievance not only depletes physical and emotional resources, while the family attempts to cope with the death of the loved one, but it…

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How to have a peaceful divorce in Dallas

Everyone wishes for a quick and easy divorce process. However, many do not realize the legal maze that must be navigated during divorce proceedings. Also, having an uncooperative spouse can further complicate matters. It is important to have a Dallas divorce lawyer that is able to mediate and…

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Supreme Court ruling on Arizona immigration laws

The Supreme Court today struck down most of Arizona’s controversial law aimed at cracking down on illegal immigrants, but said the federal government has the ultimate authority to decide who will be held on immigration charges and deported. The decision, however, is a partial victory for both…

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Supreme Court gives Immunity to Pharmaceutical Companies

Centocor’s Remicade, a pharmaceutical drug used to treat patients with Chron’s Disease and rheumatoid arthritis, has been found to cause liver failure, serious infections of the body, and drug-induced lupus. Patricia Hamilton, 47, began taking Remicade for her Crohn’s disease in December…

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