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4 Legal Issues to Consider in Starting a Business

AS THE ECONOMY BOOMED, many completed dreams of starting their own business and others invested in those starting a business. If either applies

Number of Employees Entitled to Overtime Pay Likely to Increase

Proposed changes from the Department of Labor to overtime laws are likely to result in more change in the pockets of many employees.

Employee or Independent Contractor?

The U.S. Department of Labor has recently changed its approach to answering this difficult question. Read Ed Silverstein’s article  “New guidance about independent

Non-Compete Agreements: Even Jimmy John’s Requires Them

Often times, employers require their employees to sign non-compete agreements that are designed to restrict an employee’s post-employment competition. Typically, these agreements restrain employees

Does your Company Dress Code Need Alterations?

If your company has not updated its dress code policy this year, it’s time to do so.  On June 1, 2015, the U.S.

5 Tips to Consider When Going Through a High Asset Divorce

NEARLY half of all marriages end in divorce. While this statistic may seem shocking, divorce is a common reality for many people. This

Ignore Ancillary Divorce Documents at Your Own Peril

AN UNFORTUNATE ASSUMPTION at times is that the only thing necessary in a divorce is a final divorce decree signed by a Judge.

Dividing Assets in a Texas Divorce: Who Gets What?

Divorce is never easy. However, the uncertainty of how you will divide your assets can feel overwhelming. Who will get your family home?

What to Expect During Divorce Mediation in Texas

When couples go through a divorce, part of that process may include mediation. Mediation is an alternative dispute resolution process that can help

5 Tips to Consider for a High Asset Divorce

Nearly half of all marriages end in divorce. While this statistic may seem shocking, divorce is a common reality for many people. This includes affluent

What Are the Grounds for Filing for Divorce in Texas?

In the state of Texas, the majority of divorces are no-fault divorces. This means that the court will grant a divorce without the

Estate Planning Basics

An estate plan is generally a guide for your future. Although some may believe that estate planning is for wealthier individuals with high-risk

Frequently Asked Questions About Trusts & Wills

What’s the difference between a trust and a will? A trust is a legally binding document involving three key elements: a trustor, a

A Guide to Estate Planning for Small Business Owners

Estate planning should be a priority for small business owners. An estate plan sets up a clear path for your loved ones to

Estate Planning Brought to the Forefront

Given the medically based impetus for this current societal and  home-based lifestyle, it brings to the forefront the need to deal with your

What are my Parental Rights as a Non-Custodial Parent?

Custody There are two forms of custody: physical and legal. When a parent has physical custody, the child primarily lives with that parent.

Why You Need a Summer Break Custody Schedule

We know you’re so excited to spend more time with your family this summer. But before you can do so, you should build

Why Pro Athletes Need Prenuptial Agreements

The travel, the stress, the money—all of it combines to push many athlete marriages past the breaking point. When a high-profile athlete gets divorced,

Conservatorship & Child Custody Laws in Texas

If you’re going through a divorce or are considering one, you might have questions about your children. Will you receive custody of your children? Will

Family Violence in the Time of Quarantine

COVID-19 > Social Distancing > Family Violence Social distancing has become the new normal here in North Texas and across most of the

Online Privacy (or the Lack Thereof) Can Really Kill the Mood

We all know the saying “What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas,” referring to the idea that whatever crazy antics people get themselves

Top 3 Reasons Why Mediation Might be the Right Option for You

CONTRARY TO THE GLAMOUR, excitement, and vindication portrayed by courtroom dramas, litigation is rarely all it’s cracked up to be. As a board-certified

Reasons to Consider Mediation in a High-Net-Worth Divorce

For divorcing couples, significant assets create significantly different sets of concerns. There may be privacy issues, business interests, tax issues and wealth/estate planning

Getting the Most Out of Mediation During the COVID-19 Crisis

In the middle of the coronavirus pandemic, we must continue to adapt and find ways to solve problems without endangering public health and

Albin Oldner Law, PLLC Welcomes Partner Taylor Mohr and Associate Caroline Nunnally to the Firm

Albin Oldner Law, PLLC is excited to announce that Mohr Law Group has merged with Albin Oldner Law, PLLC, bringing with it partner

Albin Roach is Now Albin Oldner Law, PLLC

It has been a great season of prosperity at Albin Roach but the season has run its course. While we greatly appreciate Laura

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