Control and Protect Business and Personal Assets via Texas Joint-Stock Company

A Texas Joint Stock Company or TJSC is a private contract that provides you with 1,000 shares in exchange for your assets. TJSC is legally recognized as a separate entity or person. It’s important to note that this is different from other entity programs. Public contracts are subject to the Fraudulent Transfer Act which a…


Understanding Freedom of Religion Using The 1st and 14th Amendments

Freedom of religion is one of the most cherished rights in the United States. It’s right up there with free speech, and both of them are enshrined in the 1st amendment of the Constitution. However, just as freedom of speech doesn’t mean you can say anything you like free of consequence, freedom of religion doesn’t mean…


Using Pro-Se Litigation in Civil Court

Going to court is never an enjoyable experience. With the substantial cost of attorney fees, having to gather a significant amount of evidence, and having to spend lengthy amounts of time in the lawyer’s office, fighting for your legal rights becomes overwhelming. There is a solution, however. Pro-Se Litigation is a type of legal strategy in which you represent yourself in civil suits. Luckily, there is hope; you…


A Strategic Criminal Reversal – When Is This Possible?

Judging in today’s world carries no punishment against the jury or the judge and leaves the accused in the position of fighting for their innocence. In a trial, the allegations against the accused must be proven beyond a reasonable doubt. A Strategic Criminal Reversal – When Is This Possible? However, there have been many instances in…


Judgment Proofing – What Does It Mean to be Judgment Proof?

First and foremost, before discussing what judgment proof means, what exactly is a judgment? A judgment is “A decision by a court or other tribunal that resolves a controversy and determines the rights and obligations of the parties”. In other words, a judgment is the final part of a court case which ends the lawsuit.  A judgment…


Preparing for the Worst – Living Trust or a Will?

The mere mention of words such as ‘will’, ‘estate planning’, or ‘probate’ sends anyone in earshot scurrying for safety. It is natural to avoid conversations that involve accepting the reality that life does eventually end, however, it is critical to sit down and plan out what will happen to your estate once you cannot advocate…