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January 2018 Archives

Can a truck’s blind spot be reduced?

One of the problems for large trucks driving down Texas highways is that they have a larger blind spot than many other vehicles. Cars that drive into these blind spots are at major risk for collisions and auto accidents. While truck blind spots cannot be fully eliminated, there are ways that truck drivers can minimize their vehicle's blind spots.

Resources for child custody and child support issues

Recently divorced Texas couples tend to experience some friction when it comes to their new child custody and child support agreements. Just as with any compromise, neither party is likely to be completely satisfied with the result of a divorce. Fortunately, the state publishes several useful resources to help parents adjust to their new relationships and responsibilities. 

How does alcohol impact a person’s driving skills?

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, twenty eight people die every day in the United States due to an auto accident in which an alcohol impaired driver was a factor. Whether you consume a lot of drinks or just a few, there are a number of ways alcohol can impact your driving skills. 

How does Texas enforce child support decisions?

A specific type of legal body, known as a Title IV-D court, would be the agency responsible for adjudicating any Texas child support issue in which you are involved. The name of these courts comes from a section of the Federal Social Security Act. This act requires states to uphold nationwide standards in the enforcement of your child support or related family law issues, such as medical support, determination of parental status or locating a missing parent. 

This is how texting and other distractions affect driving ability

Many drivers in San Antonio don't think about the problem of distraction. But the reality is that distracted driving can be just as dangerous as drunk driving, and distractions contribute to many car accidents and are a leading cause of traffic fatalities. 

What is the Uniform Deployed Parents Custody and Visitation Act?

When you or your spouse is in the military, it can make custody and visitation arrangements difficult. Texas courts and the federal government recognize these special circumstances and the challenges you will face. To help combat issues and make things easier on everyone, laws have been enacted to help clarify procedures and protect the rights of the military parent, who can sometimes feel as if his or her time with the children is hurt by his or her military status.