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March 2019 Archives

Texas drunk-driving trends compared to national numbers

Thanks to numerous organizations and campaigns, awareness of drunk driving is very high. Education and legislation have brought favorable results. In fact, the national rate of fatalities from drunk driving has gone down 63 percent since 1982, with an 80 percent drop in accidents for underage drinkers, shares Responsibility.org.

Joint parenting tips

Parents in Texas who must learn how to raise their children with a former spouse or partner that they are no longer romantically involved with can find this a challenging thing indeed. Co-parenting, also called joint parenting, requires mothers and fathers to develop a level of consciousness about how they parent for the good of their kids.

Financial status should not prevent you from getting custody

You do not have to earn a lot of money to gain custody and provide a good life for your children. One of the ways that Texas courts balance financial burdens is by assigning child support payments. These payment schedules could allow you, as a lower earner than your spouse, to provide the same level of care as you would if you were still married.

Is your spouse hiding assets?

As part of a divorcing couple in San Antonio, you have a lot of hurdles to clear, and much of it will revolve around finances and the assets you hold. The Law Office of Roland R. Esparza, P.C., is here to help if you find yourself in a situation where you believe your spouse is hiding some of their assets.

What factors are used to determine child support in Texas

Going through the divorce process can be extremely difficult, especially if there are children involved. You may be forced to deal with issues involving spousal support, property division, child custody and parenting plans. In addition to these matters, the judge presiding over the case will set child support. Child support is designed to bridge the financial gap children and custodial parents go through when separating.

Steroid use and aggressive driving

People take steroids for many different reasons, whether they want to improve their physical appearance or perform at a higher level in a particular sport or activity. However, steroid use can bring a number of unwanted consequences into the lives of users, affecting them from a physical and even emotional point of view in different ways. Also referred to as ‘roid rage’, some people become very aggressive when they are taking steroids. Unfortunately, this can impact their ability to drive and, ultimately, may result in a motor vehicle collision.