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Edward Bramblett
March 12, 2013
I have known James for over 25 years. I have seen him in Court and watched him work with clients. James is an excellent lawyer as well as a very fine person.
Paul Roark
March 30, 2013
JAMES IS A HARD WORKING, HONEST GUY. IF YOU HAVE FAMILY ISSUES...I WOULD HIGHLY RECOMMEND A CONSULTATION!!
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The GOP tax bill would repeal the alimony tax deduction, and that will have big implications for divorce proceedings.
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If you plan to get a divorce, you'll need to separate the facts from the myths.
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Flanked by dozens of members of her transition team, Harris County District Attorney Kim Ogg laid out plans for what she described as "more diversion, less jail" for people who need help rather than the book thrown at them, such as those who are mentally ill or struggle with addiction...
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Great...now ordering McDs fries will become probable cause...

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For Texas parents whose access and possession of their children are set out in a court ordered visitation schedule, St.
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has a NEW OFFICE ADDRESS! Sadly, my time on Prince Street has come to an end. I now office at the same location where I practiced for the first half of my career at 2100 West Loop South, situated between San Felipe and Westheimer Road. I am in Suite 900. I have lots of new amenities and hope to remain there for some time. All my other contact information remains the same.

Now is a good time to review your child visitation orders. Actually, a better time might have been just before April 1st. If you did, this article may not be for you. That is the day that most Texans who ...
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My latest on Examiner.com...

Let me first state that I am getting a bit impatient with the attacks on the “adversarial legal process” in family law. Claims that you should (or even can) avoid this in a divorce or custody case are ridiculous. ...
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As a general proposition, you have a civic duty to assist law enforcement officers (LEOs) when you can if you have information that can assist them in solving crimes. When there may be risks associated ...
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