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Virtually Mediating High Conflict Custody Cases

Due to our national crisis, we have pulled back a little on our baseball-themed blogs. Mostly, we want to keep you up-to-date with our coronavirus strategies. First and foremost, the team at Hiller Law hopes you, your family, your friends and those you work with stay well during this pandemic.  Virtual Meetings, Mediations, Depositions &…

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Flexible Meeting Options to Help Safeguard Our Health

It has always been our mission at Hiller Law to strive to make what is already a difficult time as stress-free as possible. We pride ourselves in going to great lengths to offer customized options that best serve our clients and meet them where they are. We have built a reputation for offering our clients…

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Baseball, Life and The Law: Part 3

In my first blog, I wrote about the Astros’ “electronic sign stealing.” While I said that it was wrong of them to do this, I also said that perhaps their punishment was too much. There are many people, particularly players on other teams, who think the punishment wasn’t enough.  Bottom line? The Astros shouldn’t have…

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Baseball, Life and The Law: Part 2

Baseball, Life and The Law: Part 2 “Baseball, Life, & The Law” blog him, volume 1, blog 2 – January 16, 2020 (Michael Hiller practices family and estate planning in the Houston and Austin Texas areas).  Today’s blog is a continuation of my first blog, which will likely trigger continuing blogs on similar subjects. The…

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Baseball, Life and The Law: Part 1

Baseball, Life and The Law Part 1 “Baseball, Life & The Law” blog, volume 1, blog 1 – January 14, 2020 (Michael Hiller practices family and estate planning law in the Houston and Austin, Texas areas). When people ask me where I’d like to be when I die, I always answer the same way: at…

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What is Children for Tomorrow?

Children for Tomorrow is a non-profit organization that helps child victims of emotional and psychological abuse. It has been around over 10 years, and it has a number of programs. The most well-known is called the LEAP Program. Their programs are for underprivileged or disadvantaged children. The programs work with the court system to provide…

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Why Should Someone Choose Collaborative Divorce?

The Process Options for Divorce: Divorce Litigation and Collaborative Divorce Does control over the outcome of your case matter to you? Divorce Litigation means letting a judge or jury make the decisions regarding your family’s future. Litigation is sometimes necessary or unavoidable. However, given the choice, litigation should be avoided. Studies have shown that litigation…

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What is Reconciliation Law?

One of the things about reconciliation law is that it doesn’t sound like it’s really possible to legally require somebody to reconcile, but that’s not necessarily what you mean. I’ll give you some examples. For example, Texas has a counseling statute that a lot of people are not that familiar with. However, it’s actually a…

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