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Unexpectedly losing your job can take a huge emotional and financial toll. We all know that the bills don’t stop coming just because you aren’t going to work like you used to. But for those with child support obligations, Texas law provides them a chance to change their child support obligation if they meet certain…

Dealing with a criminal charge is already a confusing, daunting, and stressful time for defendants and their loved ones. The current pandemic crisis is now throwing extra challenges at those accused of crimes in Texas and across the country. Court systems around the country are taking unprecedented steps to prevent the spreading of the coronavirus…

Having a DWI conviction on your record can not only be embarrassing, it can also become an extra hurdle when applying for a job, housing, or a loan. Until just a few years ago, there was no way to get a DWI conviction sealed. That all changed in 2017 when the Texas legislature made it…

It’s hard to put a run-in with the law behind you when it ends up on your criminal record. Certain arrests or convictions might make it harder for you to get a job, housing, or even join the military. While most convictions cannot be removed from your criminal record, some arrests, charges, and convictions can…

In the world of business and relationship-building, reputation is critical. Whereas reputation used to be based on word of mouth, it is now mostly powered by search engines and databases. Online reviews can make or break a business from getting new clients or opportunities. An employee prospect can be derailed when a Google search reveals…

In the wake of the global coronavirus pandemic, there has been a lot of misinformation spreading quickly, including a rumor that President Trump will quarantine the entire country by using his powers under the Stafford Act. This post explains what the Stafford Act does and discusses why calling for a national quarantine may be a…

On March 21, 2020, City of Austin Mayor Steve Adler signed an order requiring businesses and people to take further action in response to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Disobeying the order can come at a cost: a $1,000 fine and/or up to 180 days in jail. Mayor Adler’s new order remains in effect until May…

Finding out that a friend or family member has been arrested and is in jail can be very scary. Loved ones at home can feel overwhelmed, anxious, and simply not know how to help. When it comes to jail release in Austin, there are a few important things for loved ones to know. At Stephen…

Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) is a charge that comes with very serious penalties. Depending on various factors, you could receive a misdemeanor or felony charge. Regardless of the level of the charge, drivers will always have their license suspended for some amount of time in addition to paying fines and spending time in jail. A…

You might think your life is over if you’re arrested on criminal charges. However, hiring a criminal defense attorney can increase your chances of reducing penalties.  Smaller fines, shorter jail sentences, and quicker jail release in Austin are just a few of the opportunities that could become available. Read on to learn about three common…

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