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What if Someone Violates a Restraining Order?


The Legal Information Institute defines a restraining order as “a court order enjoining a person from taking a particular action in relation to another person.” Most often, restraining orders are put into place after allegations of domestic violence, stalking, or some other type of serious conflict. In Texas, you will hear these types of restraining… read more

Getting Divorced in Texas? (A Guide to Bank Account Access)


According to survey data cited by Bankrate, 43% of married couples only have a joint bank account. Most other married couples share at least one joint bank account. If you are getting divorced, managing finances—including bank account access—is one of the most important issues that needs to be addressed and resolved. In this article, our… read more

What is the Difference Between Conservatorship and Custody?


Are you a divorced or separated parent in San Antonio? You may have heard terms like “custody” and “conservatorship” thrown around. What is the difference? In Texas, there is no difference. Our state does not technically use the word “custody” in legal proceedings. Instead, conservatorship is the legal term. Here, our San Antonio child custody… read more

What Happens if You Break the Rules of Your Probation?


A person arrested and convicted of a crime may be granted a period of probation as an alternative to incarceration. It is imperative that any person on probation strictly comply with the terms. What happens if you break probation? In Texas, you could be subject to an immediate arrest. Probation could be revoked, and you… read more