Month: December 2015

Collecting a judgment for unpaid child support under Texas law

The Texas Constitution and Texas Property Code set out powerful protections for Texans against creditors. For the average person these protections prevents most creditors from attaching property to satisfy a judgment on a debt. This protects the homestead and a significant amount of personal property in Bedford and Fort Worth. Property may be foreclosed to …

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Watch Out for These 8 Holiday Employment Issues with Fort Worth sexual harassment lawyer

The holiday season brings plenty of good times and festivities. It also brings along a lot of potential problems for employers and their employees when employers fail to respect their employees’ time and beliefs. Sometimes this happens because an employer has a particular religious belief or on the other hand does not share a particular …

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Does my employer have to collect interest on a pension overpayment?

You receive an envelope from your pension plan.  As usual you think it’s either this month’s check or some notice you’ll scan and toss in the trash. You open it and it isn’t a check from your Dallas–Fort Worth employer. It is a notice.  But not the kind of boilerplate legal notice that you normally …

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Can you be discriminated against for having a history of disability under the Americans with Disabilities Act?

Although the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was enacted 1991, as an employment discrimination attorney I continue to see employees suffer discrimination on the basis of a disability. Sometimes discrimination is based upon a disability cured or treated and no longer presents an issue for the employee. Under the ADA and the Texas Labor Code’s prohibition …

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