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Challenging the evidence in a Texas impaired driving case

Whether you have allegedly driven while under the influence of alcohol, illegal drugs or prescription medication, facing an impaired driving charge in Texas doesn't mean a conviction is inevitable. In fact, you should try to do everything you can to avoid entering a guilty plea or getting convicted. Texas has harsh penalties that get worse for repeat impaired driving offenders.

Can I dispute a prenuptial agreement during divorce?

Generally speaking, divorcing spouses will divide marital assets according to state laws. In Texas, community property is recognized, which means that divorcing spouses are likely to split their assets roughly 50/50. However, when a prenuptial agreement is enforced, the division of marital assets will not be subject to state law, and will, instead, be divided in accordance with the agreement.