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August 2015 Archives

New Ignition Interlock Law Takes Effect in Texas on Sept. 1

Ignition interlock devices have been used in Texas for some time now, but only for drivers who were convicted of DWI with a blood-alcohol concentration of .15 percent or higher. The devices work by locking your ignition if any trace of alcohol is detected on your breath.

How Are Business Assets Divided in a Texas Divorce?

When a couple gets divorced in Texas, the law says that marital property--called community property here--should be split between the spouses "in a manner that the court deems just and right." What is "just and right," however, may not be an equal split.

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