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Truck driver negligence likely caused fatal crash

Sharing the road with 18-wheelers can be unnerving at times. The sheer size and weight of these vehicles make them hard to maneuver and slow down in time to avoid an accident. When a truck driver is not paying attention or driving erratically, it can greatly increase the chances he or she may cause a serious accident. This seems to be just what happened with a recent multi-vehicle accident in Texas where truck driver negligence may have been a causal factor in the fatal wreck.

What happens to pets during divorce?

For many Texas families, a pet is just as loved and cared for as a child. When a couple decides to move forward with divorce, they will have to address things like dividing marital property, child custody schedules and what will happen to the family pet. In some situations, pet custody is one of the most complicated and acrimonious issues of the divorce process.

How is the family business divided in a divorce?

Family businesses can be a great way for spouses to spend time together while fulfilling the family's financial needs. When the couple decides to divorce, however, deciding what happens to the business can be a difficult decision. Blood, sweat and tears are the building blocks of a family business, and that type of investment can be hard to walk away from or watch change. For couples in Texas who are divorcing, there are several options they have for consideration regarding the future of the family business.

What happens to the family home in a divorce?

Home is where the heart is. There's no place like home. There are numerous sayings that reflect the deep emotions that are tied to the place one has turned into one's personal living space. When going through a divorce, determining what happens to that home can be a challenging decision. Divorcing couples in Texas have several options depending on whether both, one or neither of the spouses want to maintain ownership of the home.

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