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 Top 5 Frequently Asked Questions About Mediation
Top 5 Frequently Asked Questions About Mediation

When a person decides to pursue legal action to resolve a dispute, they often envision having their day in court in front of a judge and jury. However, the vast majority of cases never get that far. Most cases settle before trial, and many will settle without the parties ...

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  • Top 5 Frequently Asked Questions About Mediation

    When a person decides to pursue legal action to resolve a dispute, they often envision having their day in court in front of a judge and jury. However, the vast majority of cases never get that far. ...

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  • Name Change for a Child Requires Sufficient Evidence

    A divided First Court of Appeals reversed the decision of a trial court to change a child’s name to include the father’s surname as part of the child’s name. The case is significant because the ...

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  • Adverse Possession

    The most commonly used statutes of limitation to establish a claim for adverse possession are sections 16.024, 16.025 and 16.026 of the CPRC. Under Sec. 16.024 -The Three-Year Statute, the possessor ...

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  • Will Contest

    EDITOR’S NOTE It is an unfortunate fact that inheritance of an estate does not always go smoothly, but for the long-term best interests of a family, it may sometimes be necessary to contest a will in ...

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  • Settlement Agreements and Mediated Settlement Agreements

    The Texas Family Code draws a distinction between settlement agreements and mediated settlement agreements. Settlement agreements are governed by section 7.006 of the Family Code, while mediated ...

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  • Change in Visitation Schedule Did Not Change Residence

    A trial court that changed a 2-2-3 visitation schedule (two weekdays with one parent, two with the other, then alternate weekends) to the standard possession order by temporary orders in a ...

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