What Is Business Divorce?

April01

When business partnerships dissolve the process is sometimes referred to as a divorce, as well. This is because, much like the fallout of a marriage, the breakup of a business entity involves the splitting of shared finances, vendors, staff, and partners. When this unfortunate situation occurs it’s important to know the proper steps to take to ensure a business divorce can end successfully for all parties involved.

Everything You Need To Know About Anti-SLAPP Laws In Texas

March25

The Texas Anti-SLAPP law is essential to protecting residents’ First Amendment rights of free speech, freedom of religion, the right to assemble, and the right to petition the government. In 2011, Governor Rick Perry signed the Texas Citizens Participation Act into law, which promotes judicial economy, provides tort reform, advances First Amendment rights for all Texans, and protects small businesses.

Missouri City Votes To Prevent Rezoning

March18

The topic of rezoning can be a hot button issue for many people. The act of taking an already established property and reallocating it for a different purpose can seem confusing. This is true as sometimes property owners and businesses will utilize rezoning to reestablish how an area of land will be used to turn a profit. Oftentimes this happens when predominantly residential areas are rezoned for commercial use, and can be accomplished by creating multiple lots from a single section of land. For the residents of Missouri City, this nearly became a reality.