Month: July 2016

Dallas Employment Attorney’s 10 Signs You Should Not Take That Job

In a tough job market it’s always difficult to turn down a job but sometimes the company culture is so toxic or the boss is so insufferable that it’s more harmful to your health and career than the benefit of the paycheck. Of course, that’s an easy thing to say when you have a paycheck. …

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Should my Fort Worth divorce decree identify my financial accounts and debts in Texas?

Drafting divorce decrees and other legal documents is an art form. It requires understanding what the law requires. One must also know the balance between what may appear and what should appear. The answers may not be a black and white issue. There may be competing concerns and what is right is often a judgment …

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Employees must engage interactive process in good faith for ADA failure to accommodate claims in Texas

ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) and the Texas Labor Code require employers to provide reasonable accommodations to employees with qualified disabilities. A reasonable accommodation allows a disabled employees equal access to the workplace and allow them to perform the essential functions of their jobs. Many employers refuse to provide any reasonable accommodation. This results in a failure …

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Bedford Divorce Attorney on Issues in an Uncontested Divorce

An uncontested divorce is a divorce in which the parties have reached an agreement on the issues involved in the divorce. Sometimes problems arise in an uncontested divorce when the parties have agreed to some of the terms involved in the divorce but not all. These will resolve themselves if the spouses can agree on the remaining …

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Why is there a 10% early withdrawal penalty to cash out a 401k?

Before becoming an employment attorney I worked for one of the largest (maybe the largest) provider of 401k services. We provided various investment, customer service and recordkeeping services for 401k plans. Most people who call for information about their 401k plans will end up talking to my former employer or one of their competitors. Most …

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Fort Worth Uncontested Divorce and Prioritizing the Children

Uncontested divorce typically means the spouses agreed to the issues in the divorce rather than have the court decide how to divide property and how to address child issues–custody and child support. In the uncontested divorce the spouses have made decisions about the co-parenting relationship after the divorce. It can be easy in an uncontested divorce to …

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5 Questions to Ask When Hiring a Divorce Attorney for a Flat Fee Uncontested Divorce in Texas

Uncontested divorces can be done as a flat fee divorce so you know the exact cost for the divorce–at least as long as the divorce remains uncontested. Divorce attorneys in Dallas and Fort Worth typically help clients with a divorce on an hourly fee because the work is often not predictable and we have to …

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