“You’ve been served.” Individuals all around East Texas, Smith County and Tyler can relate. This is how lawsuits of all types start. But when it’s a divorce you’ve been served with, it’s vital that you make the right decisions every step of the way. Your decisions from here on out can change the result of your case. This post answers some of the most common initial questions you may have when you get served with a divorce in Tyler, Texas or in the numerous counties around Smith County and Tyler.
Court orders are essential for protecting your rights as a parent and ensuring that your children’s needs are met. If you’re in a situation where you need to assert your rights or seek enforcement of your obligations, a court order is the best way to do so. But navigating the legal system can be overwhelming, which is why it’s so important to work with an attorney who can provide you with the guidance and support you need. Don’t go it alone – let an experienced professional help you fight for your rights and the well-being of your children.
S corporations can be a great tool for a small family-owned business, but outside of certain scenarios, it is not a structure generally recommended to my clients. The present tax savings just aren’t worth the potential traps. Continue reading to learn about the benefits and drawbacks of the S Corp structure.
In family law cases, including custody disputes, termination and adoption cases, enforcement cases, and the other types of family disputes, clients often wonder: “Do I even have to go to court? And what can I expect if I have to testify?” This post focuses on a few general rules of thumb regarding court hearings in family law cases.