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June 2018 Archives

Collaborative divorce: a more amicable divorce approach

At the Law Office of Roland R. Esparza, PC, we know that times have changed. Many divorcing couples in Texas today no longer wish to engage in a lengthy, costly and acrimonious court battle and prefer a more amicable divorce approach. Nevertheless, divorce is never easy, and each party wants the comfort of his or her own attorney looking out for his or her best interests. If you and your spouse fit this description, a collaborative divorce may be just what you are looking for.

San Antonio U-Haul accident highlights dangers of rental trucks

Larger trucks that the public can rent short-term for personal or commercial use can be convenient. These rentals are often box trucks such as U-Hauls, giving consumers in Texas and elsewhere a cost-effective alternative to hiring a moving company or paying someone to haul garbage to the landfill. While the box truck rental industry provides a valuable service, it may also be dangerous to the customers who are driving them or for those sharing the roads.

When a divorce agreement is no longer agreeable

Our clients at the Law Office of Roland R. Esparza, P.C., often work hard to reach a divorce agreement with their former spouses. That is why we know exactly what the terms of a divorce mean — in a legal and a personal sense. For the majority of our clients, these documents represent hours of discussions and weeks of waiting.

When a car wreck results in catastrophic burn injuries

At the Law Office of Roland R Esparza, PC, in Texas, we know the devastating burn injuries you can receive in a car crash. Burns are some of the most painful injuries you can suffer, and burn victims sometimes die from their injuries. Luckily, vehicle fire fatalities are much rarer than home fire fatalities. The American Burn Association reports that in 2016, 3,275 Americans died from fire or smoke inhalation, but only 310 of them died in a vehicle.