This is Part 2 of a roundtable discussion in Fort Worth, "Domestic Relations: How to Make Your Case in Family Court.
"Certification of Candidate," "Temporary SMU Dean" and "Green Jacket Sale in the Rough
...him, alleging assault. A hearing is set for Feb. 12 on the TRO, according to the order. The background to the dispute in...
Anthony Chiofalo, a former in-house lawyer in Houston who was charged along with his wife with stealing $9.3 million from his company, is in custody in Harris County facing the prospect of life in pr
...Court Judge Chris Oldner, McKinney: If you're actually bringing a TRO, we have a standing order in Collin County. If you're bringing...
The Texas Lawyer editorial department hosted a roundtable discussion in Dallas, "Domestic Relations: How to Make Your Case in Family Court." Panelists included four district court judges from Dallas
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