The very word divorce often conjures up images of couples fighting. Fighting over ownership of property, payment of debts, child custody, support, visitation and any other issue associated with spouses who choose to no longer be married. But, there is a better way. In 2001, the Texas legislature put its seal of approval on using the process of collaborative law in family law disputes.
Being charged with driving while intoxicated (DWI) in Texas is a daunting experience. There are serious, life-altering consequences to a conviction. You face hefty fines and jail time. Your car insurance premiums will likely increase and you may lose your license to drive. You may be ordered to attend an alcohol educational program. An ignition interlock device may be installed on your car so that if you have a positive blood alcohol content (BAC), your car will not start.
Businesses and corporations, no matter how big or small, deal almost daily with contracts. They have employment contracts, leasing contracts, contracts with vendors and suppliers and more. It seems routine until one party fails to perform according to the terms of the contract. This may give rise to allegations of a breach of contract. In order to win on a breach of contract lawsuit, the plaintiff who files the suit must prove four elements: